Prankster Replicates Facebook Users' Profile Photos, Then Friends Targets [PICS]

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Prankster Replicates Facebook Users' Profile Photos, Then Friends Targets [PICS]
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Everyone has a knack for something. Reddit user CasinoRoy's talent is creeping out strangers on Facebook, and perfectly replicating their profile photos.

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The prankster searches for Facebook users with his name, and then recreates their profile photos by imitating their wardrobe and facial expression. When it's all done, he sends the subject a friend request.

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In total, CasinoRoy found eight people on Facebook with his name. He recently shared his hilarious project to Reddit, which garnered 20,000 views in four hours. The joker revealed on Reddit that only one person accepted his friend request. The relationship was short-lived. "He seemed genuinely creeped out and de-friended me shortly after," he wrote.

What would you do if you found a perfect replica of your Facebook profile picture? Tell us in the comments below.

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