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A new video shows how a stranger reacts when she sees a pushy mother forcing her daughter to pose on a rowing machine for photos to be included in her college application

Gym user confronts mother taking photos of her daughter posing on a rowing machine in front of a fraudulent college application in social social experiment with camera & # 39; s

  • ABC & # 39; s What Would You Do see actors playing different scenarios with hidden cameras recording the reactions of modest spectators
  • In the Friday night episode, a & # 39; mother forces & # 39; her & # 39; daughter & # 39; to pose on a rowing machine for photos to be included in fraudulent university applications
  • A peak in the segment shows a spectator confronting the couple with their unethical behavior
  • The situation was inspired by the bribery scandal of the college that is currently making headlines
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A new video shows how a stranger reacts when she sees a pushy mother forcing her daughter to pose on a rowing machine for photos she can include in her college applications.

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The scenario – which takes its inspiration from the bribery scandal that is currently in the headlines – was recorded in a public gym for the ABC reality show, What Would You Do.

While the & # 39; mother & # 39; and & # 39; daughter & # 39; both actresses were playing the scenario as a social experiment, the stranger believed in the gym that the two were real, with hidden cameras capturing her subsequent conversation with the couple.

A taste of the segment – which will be broadcasted on Friday evening – starts with the mother interrupting the woman during her training by asking: & # 39; Do you know anything about rowing? & # 39;

A new video shows how a stranger reacts when she sees a pushy mother forcing her daughter to pose on a rowing machine for photos to be included in her college application

A new video shows how a stranger reacts when she sees a pushy mother forcing her daughter to pose on a rowing machine for photos to be included in her college application

Clearly shocked, the woman says to the mother in the middle of her training: & # 39; I don't think you have to! & # 39;
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Clearly shocked, the woman says to the mother in the middle of her training: & # 39; I don't think you have to! & # 39;

Clearly shocked, the woman says to the mother in the middle of her training: & # 39; I don't think you have to! & # 39;

& # 39; I am trying to get my daughter to pose. I try to make her look like this for her (college) application, & she continues, waving a picture of a professional rower.

Clearly shocked, the woman says to the mother in the middle of her training: & # 39; I don't think you have to! & # 39;

& # 39; We want Ivy! & # 39; the mother replies and claims that she has plans to send her daughter to one of the most elitist schools in the country.

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The woman does not seem to be in the mood to facilitate the duo's misleading plans and says: & # 39; Don't you think that is a bit risky with everything that just happened? & # 39;

The woman does not seem to be in the mood to facilitate the duo's misleading plans and says: & # 39; Don't you think that is a bit risky with everything that just happened? & # 39;

The woman does not seem to be in the mood to facilitate the duo's misleading plans and says: & # 39; Don't you think that is a bit risky with everything that just happened? & # 39;

The woman does not seem to be in the mood to facilitate the duo's misleading plans and says: & # 39; Don't you think that is a bit risky with everything that just happened? & # 39;

The actress playing the daughter says to the unsuspecting woman: & I just don't want to lie and my mother lets me lie for my college application. & # 39;

The actress playing the daughter says to the unsuspecting woman: & I just don't want to lie and my mother lets me lie for my college application. & # 39;

The actress playing the daughter says to the unsuspecting woman: & I just don't want to lie and my mother lets me lie for my college application. & # 39;

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The woman refers to the university admission scandal, in which wealthy parents played the system to have their children admitted to the best universities.

In one case, Full House star Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, allegedly paid $ 500,000 to label their daughters as recruits for the University of Southern California crew team, although they were not rowers.

In the segment What would you do, the actress who plays the mother tells the unsuspecting woman that she was inspired by the university admission scandal to get her daughter to a good school.

& # 39; & # 39; That's kind of where I got the idea, but I guess I'm not like a famous person! & # 39;

The mother then breaks away and goes to the bathroom before the actress playing the daughter says to the unsuspecting woman: & I just don't want to lie, and my mother lets me lie for my college application. & # 39;

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It appears that the woman is ready to confront the mother when she returns to the room, with the full segment broadcast on Friday night.

What would you do broadcast 9 pm ET Friday on ABC.

The segment is inspired by the admission scandal of the college that is currently in the headlines. In one case, actress Lori Loughlin (photo) is said to have paid $ 500,000 to label her daughters as recruits for the University of Southern California crew team, although they were not rowers. She is now in prison

The segment is inspired by the admission scandal of the college that is currently in the headlines. In one case, actress Lori Loughlin (photo) is said to have paid $ 500,000 to label her daughters as recruits for the University of Southern California crew team, although they were not rowers. She is now in prison

The segment is inspired by the admission scandal of the college that is currently in the headlines. In one case, actress Lori Loughlin (photo) is said to have paid $ 500,000 to label her daughters as recruits for the University of Southern California crew team, although they were not rowers. She is now in prison

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