Rahat made himself a costume that looks just like a car seat, and confused the heck out of unsuspecting fast food employees by driving up to the window in an apparently empty car.
The video, which was released on Tuesday, has already hit nearly 4 million views.
Rahat has uploaded a hundred videos, many of which are a variety of clever drive thru pranks.
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