TikTok video shows man pretending to be food delivery rider to surprise his parents for Ramadan, gets over two million views


The poster explained that the prank was orchestrated by the other siblings in the family – she said she has three other sisters and one brother – to surprise their parents for Ramadan. 一 Screengrab from TikTok/@kinnnn_

A prank video has gone viral on TikTok with over two million views and it’s also making netizens cry – for the right reasons.

In the video posted on March 25, a Malaysian TikTok user who goes by the handle @kinnnn_ detailed what happened when a food delivery rider came to the house to present a cake to her parents.

The cake was a gift from the user’s younger brother, who had apparently said he couldn’t come home from New Zealand for Ramadan.

The footage also showed the rider using his phone to record a video message ostensibly for the sibling in New Zealand, during which the visibly moved parents were seen expressing their thanks for the cake and saying how much they missed him.

Moments later, the other family members in the house asked the delivery rider to take off his helmet and pose for a group photo with them. He was then revealed to be the sibling from New Zealand, much to the delight of his parents who shed happy tears after realising his true identity.

The poster explained that the prank was orchestrated by the other siblings in the family – she said she has three other sisters and one brother – to surprise their parents for Ramadan.

Many Internet users were also touched by the video, with some netizens saying it made them sob as well while others said they felt more emotional upon hearing the father say that he missed his son. In a reply to a commenter, @kinnnn_ said she was also surprised to see her father reacting that way as he rarely cries. Other commenters joked that they tried not to bawl while watching the video.

In a follow-up video on March 27, @kinnnn_ said she no longer wants viewers to feel sad so she shared a clip of family members looking at souvenirs from New Zealand.

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