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Audience Members Throw Plastic Bottles as Magician's Illusion Revealed

This magic show audience came prepared for disappointment judging by footage posted online by a pair of Shenzhen-based magicians.

The duo, aptly named Pokerface Man and Embarrassing Man, post videos to Kuaishou, a Chinese video-sharing app, where the Pokerface Man account has over 720,000 followers.

The account focuses on humorous revelations of the secrets behind Embarrassing Man’s tricks. In this instance, the reveal prompted the audience to throw some (thankfully empty) plastic bottles at a suitably embarrassed Embarrassing Man.

Pokerface Man, real name Hao Yakun, developed an interest in magic in 2009, and alongside developing a large online following in the years since, he also teaches courses on magic for budding illusionists, according to a Chinese media report. Credit: Pokerface Man via Storyful

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