Trust us! Jokes during this time of the crisis definitely aren’t funny and if you are planning to pull a Corona prank on your friends, family, or peers, people might think you are mentally unstable. With 44,216 deaths across the world, the global pandemic has left every one of us thinking how uncertain life can be and what we thought was a normal flu is deadly enough to kill thousands.
In fact, several people in the US have been charged for trying to pull pranks in public places about them being infected by the virus. This kind of behavior is rather stupid than funny, isn’t it? Coughing, sneezing, or spitting as a joke is the most insane thing to do right now and you could even end up in jail for such acts.
My brother has been replacing family photos with pics of Steve Buscemi and my mom hasn't noticed pic.twitter.com/d533C4yEZW
— Clare Manion (@claremaura) July 24, 2016
Google, which usually pulls pranks on its users on April 1st, has canceled its Fool’s Day jokes this time.