Published: Sat, September 08, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

2 guys hung up a poster of themselves at McDonald's

2 guys hung up a poster of themselves at McDonald's

Maravilla said he was with a friend at McDonald's when they noticed a blank wall and the idea of making sure Asians were represented was born.

Jevh Maravilla and his friends documented their entire plan, from setting up a photoshoot to buying official McDonald's gear, in an effort to ensure there are more images of Asians in McDonald's stores.

In the video, Maravilla points at the pictures in the fast-food chain, saying, "There are literally no Asians on these walls". "Remember, folks, all races deserve recognition", Maravilla says in the video.

After their giant poster of the photo arrived, Maravilla found an old McDonald's shirt at Goodwill for $7. "It's now been 51 days since i hung it up".

They edited the photo and ordered a large poster print from Office Depot for a little more than $80. Chronicled in a YouTube video, the pair put one up a poster of themselves holding a burger and fries and put it on the restaurant's wall.

Maravilla hopes maybe he'll have a future in modeling for McDonald's campaigns.

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The pranksters made a decision to post their adventure to Maravilla's YouTube page, where a vlog of their shenanigans has been viewed more than 500,000 times.

Once they were sure nobody was watching, Maravilla took off his jacket to reveal his uniform and badge, complete with a tie and walkie-talkie.

Watch the full breakdown of how he pulled the whole thing off below. "Cassandra, up. There. Perfect". More surprising to Maravilla was that more than seven weeks later, the picture remained in place.

"I really hope they'll never take it down".

Maravilla's prank prompted at least one other person to go public with a story of similar hijinks. Jevh decided that a photo of him and Christian posing as students would work best.

Me and some friends did that at our local Walmart! They were there for a good 3 or 4 months until they got a new batch of frames in.

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