Woman And Her Boyfriend Hilariously Prank Her Dad After He Installs Security Camera 😂
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Ana Roselle and her boyfriend Yasser Santana from Miami decided to put on a show for her father, who installed a security camera for the front door on Thursday.

Rosell's father bought the camera on Amazon because the house lacked a peephole for the front door.

After placing the camera inside one of the plants on the front porch, her father joked that he would now have evidence of whatever tomfoolery would transpire on the porch following the end of her date that night.


Rosell, 20, seized a prime opportunity to troll her father after he acquired the spy-cam.

If her father was expecting to witness something racy that would compel him to school Santana on proper gentlemanly etiquette, he was in for some disappointment.

Or a sigh of relief.

The prank was posted on Twitter where Rosell wrote, "so we found out my dad hid a camera where we usually kiss goodbye."


Instead of sweeping in for a late night smooch after arriving home from their night out, Santana extended his arm for a proper handshake.

How very romantic.

People got a huge chuckle over the instant replay of the very formal goodnight.



Santana made quite the memorable entrance.





Good sex is business as usual.

Being spied on by parents is an all-too familiar situation.


One Twitter user commented on the creep factor of spying parents, but Buzzfeed made clear that Rosell's father was "definitely not the type to spy or creep on me or my siblings when it comes to our personal lives."

"He's actually very respectful of that [and] people might have taken [it] the wrong way in the tweet."

Rosell's post so racked up over 2.46 million views. Now everyone can see just how innocent their relationship is and dad has absolutely nothing to worry about.

H/T - Twitter, Nine, Buzzfeed

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