This week's YouTube sensation — a prank in which a teen purposely smashes two milk jugs and then falls, and keeps slipping as passersby try to help him up — has more than 3 million views, and just as many shares on Facebook and Twitter.
And if the video looks all too familiar, it's probably because it is: The stars behind the video are apparently a trio of teens from Vienna, Va.
The Huffington Post had the three boys, who said they were cousins, on for a live segment this week to talk about the prank.
The "Gallon Smashing" video, which lasts just more than three minutes, appears to be filmed mostly in Giant Food stores, though the Pan Am Safeway and a Whole Foods also appear to have a cameo.
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But it's just the latest in a series of videos the teens have posted to "The Chaizy Channel" in the past year.
A glance at the channel show past videos of the teens sleeping in public, trying to hand a phone to passersby to take pictures of Washington, DC monuments and reacting when it instead falls (purposely) to the ground and various stunts in local malls.
Some media — including Good Morning America and DCist.com — think the teens have gone too far. (The latter wrote an article calling the boys "Stupid Jerka** Northern Virginia Teens).
The boys told the Huffington Post they paid for some of the products that were smashed in the making of the video.
Do you think these teens are taking their pranks too far? Or are they fun, harmless stunts? Tell us in the comments.