Internet Prankster Faces Massive Backlash Over Most Recent Viral Video

by : UNILAD on : 30 Apr 2016 14:13
brad1brad1Brad Holmes/Facebook

Viral prankster/attention seeking prick Brad Holmes has struck again, but this time he’s gone too far and people are letting him know it.


Holmes first became known when he pretended to propose to his unlucky girlfriend to then ask for a cup of tea, filming the stunt and posting it on Facebook.

The latest video shows Holmes creep up on girlfriend Jenny Davies while she is asleep on the sofa before chopping out a clump of her hair, reports the Daily Mail.

I thought my girlfriend needed a haircut. SAVAGE!

Posted by Brad Holmes on Thursday, April 28, 2016

He then wakes her up saying: “Jen, I’ve a present for you, open your eyes,” holding out the hair to show her.


She looks in the mirror, touching her hair while the ever dickish Brad bursts out laughing at his own prank.

brad3brad3Brad Holmes/Facebook

Understandably Jen was pretty upset, screaming: 

Oh my fucking god, my hair! What have you done to my hair? Why would you do that?

Are you taking the fucking piss? You pack your shit and get the fuck away from me.

Holmes posted the footage to his Facebook page with the title I thought my girlfriend needed a haircut. SAVAGE! 

brad4brad4Brad Holmes/Facebook

The vast majority of people didn’t see the funny side and even Dapper Laughs – famous for his inappropriate rape jokes – thought Brad had gone too far, writing: “Tooooooo far mate seriously! Brutal,” on Facebook.

brad6brad6Dapper Laughs/Facebook

Plenty of other people let him know he’d gone too far. James Brookes said:

If this is real then you’re an absolute bastard mate, can’t believe someone would do something as childish and insulting to his woman for the sake of a few fucking Facebook likes.

While A-Level law student Jamie MacArthur wrote:

This is actually classed as a Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm.

Eventually, Brad decided to defend himself, posting:

Let’s have this right. I love Jen more then words can explain, I obviously expect people to think that I’m a prick for doing this, which is a fair comment.

We’re cool, happy as always. I’ve still got a lot of making up to do.

But just to let everyone know I already booked her hair appointment for a brand new weave tomorrow before doing this.

brad5brad5Brad Holmes/Facebook

Yeah, relationship goals mate…

Topics: Life


Daily Mail
  1. Daily Mail

    'It's not a joke, it's abuse!' Prankster sparks fury after cutting off his sleeping girlfriend's hair (and even Dapper Laughs thinks he's gone too far)