The horror photo booths of Irish Universities
University students in Dublin and Limerick were given a fright as they sat down to have their photograph taken.
They were victims of a hilarious stunt organised by Rice Krispies Squares for Halloween.
The unsuspecting students sat down in a spooky photo booth to have their picture taken with friends but all was not as it seemed.
A moment before the picture was taken the students were given terrifying shocks in a variety of ways including huge spiders falling from the ceiling or monstrous figures jumping towards them.
The looks on their faces in the resulting photos were probably not the poses they were intending to pull.
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The prank took place at University College Dublin, Dublin City University and the University of Limerick.
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