Sylwester Wardega films the reactions of strangers meeting his unusually dressed dog Chica...
What's your worst fear? Being attacked in the street by a mad axeman? Being burgled in the dead of night by armed raiders? How about being chased by a giant spider on your way to your evening gym session? You might think that's unlikely, but it fooled these guys!
Chica seems unfazed by his creepy costume
A Polish prank genius by the name of Sylwester Wardega has teamed up with his pet pooch Chica in a bid to pull off the ultimate terrifying trick on unsuspecting passers-by. Dressing him up in a rather realistic (at first sight) tarantula costume (which probably cost Wardega painfully little considering how much fun he managed to get out of it) and littering various dark corners of the town with makeshift cobwebs and bloody body parts, this mischief merchant set up hidden cameras in order to capture the priceless reactions of unwitting victims.
Halloween costumes for 2013? Don't look to the celebrities for inspiration.
It's that time of year again guys. We compile a list of the most bizarre celebrity Halloween costumes of 2013. We're not choosing the best costumes here - oh no - we're choosing the most ridiculous. Sort of the worst, but the best worst ones. You get the picture.
We anticipated that Breaking Bad Halloween costumes would be huge this year and so we've been disappointed with the celebrity effort on that front. Where are all the Jesse Pinkmans, the Walter Whites and the Gus Frings? Maybe they'll emerge later in the week but at the minute we're getting an influx of Miley Cyrus costumes, something we're not happy about at all.
We start with the frankly bizarre Paris Hilton, who still appears to be living life as a sweet sixteen birthday girl. She's 32. This year, she spent $5,000 on several ensembles for the annual Halloween party at the Playboy mansion on Saturday (October 26, 2013). Amongst them was the teddy bear outfit Miley Cyrus twerked in at the MTV Video Music Awards. She also put together a little Katy Perry 'Roar' jungle outfit.
People putting dogs in weird costumes. Probably viral or something.
As we approach the annual triduum of Halloween, thoughts turn to impressing friends and strangers with imaginative costumes. You’re around two years too late for the Breaking Bad hazmat getup, and don’t even think about donning ‘a scar’ and calling yourself a ‘zombie’.
I mean, this little fella didn't even make the cut
But while you’re mulling over which costume to spend too much money on, spare a thought for domesticated canines, who, during late October/early November, have their door knocked on three billion times, see their owners wield knives and douse themselves with weird tasting and potentially fatal red sh*t, and then hide under the sofa while World War III explodes rather floridly into the sky.
Continue reading: Top 5 Halloween Dogs at the 23rd Annual Halloween Dog Parade. What?!
Laura Gray, Brand Executive says, "Halloween is all about having some fiendish fun and what better way than to spook out London town with a new, fun and tasty display of a special Cadbury Crunchy Spider made up of our favourite Cadbury Halloween treats. This delicious delight is sure to add a touch of fright to the 10,000 expected to visit London Bridge this Halloween and we are pleased to be able to contribute to the ghoulish experience and hope we make many people scream!" - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 24th October 2013