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Elvin Mensah, 29, fooled passengers on a London train by washing his clothes with a bucket and bottled water. He started by taking it out of the bucket and pouring water into it

Prankster stunns the London commuters by washing his CLOTHES in the middle of a train carriage – before he pulls out a drying rack so he can hang them

  • A man was filmed washing his clothes on a train in London while commuters watched
  • The unknown man used bottled water, a bucket and a box of washing powder
  • Passengers were amused by the man who also dried his clothes on the train
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A prankster surprised his fellow commuters as he washed his clothes and dried them while he was on a train.

Elvin Mensah, 29, stunned passengers while using bottled water, a bucket, washing powder, and a folding drying rack to undergo his daily chores on the busy London Overground line.

He started by putting his clothes in the bucket and adding water from a large bottle that he had with him.

Elvin Mensah, 29, fooled passengers on a London train by washing his clothes with a bucket and bottled water. He started by taking it out of the bucket and pouring water into it

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Elvin Mensah, 29, fooled passengers on a London train by washing his clothes with a bucket and bottled water. He started by taking it out of the bucket and pouring water into it

The joker took a large box of washing powder from the image and then made a soapy mixture in the middle of the above-ground train - much to the shock of other passengers

The joker took a large box of washing powder from the image and then made a soapy mixture in the middle of the above-ground train - much to the shock of other passengers

The joker took a large box of washing powder from the image and then made a soapy mixture in the middle of the above-ground train – much to the shock of other passengers

He then added washing powder and began washing his clothes by hand while commuters watched in confusion.

Elvin then comically unfolded his airer and laid it in the direction of the door of the train and let his clothes dry to dry the shock and surprise of his fellow commuters.

However, the The London-based comedian has announced that the washing spectacle was entirely for the show.

The practical joker further explained that he & # 39; calm & # 39; wanted to stay with the joke to convince his fellow passengers that he was determined to wash his clothes.

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He said: & I joked train passengers by washing my clothes and hanging them on a drying rack. I felt calm and focused on making the joke real.

After he washed his clothes quickly, the practical joker astonished his fellow commuters by setting up a folding drying rack and allowing his clothes to dry, pictured

After he washed his clothes quickly, the practical joker astonished his fellow commuters by setting up a folding drying rack and allowing his clothes to dry, pictured

After he washed his clothes quickly, the practical joker astonished his fellow commuters by setting up a folding drying rack and allowing his clothes to dry, pictured

The clothes remained hanging as the last part of the joke, pictured. A tickled viewer joked that they could still see soap soap on the garment

The clothes remained hanging as the last part of the joke, pictured. A tickled viewer joked that they could still see soap soap on the garment

The clothes remained hanging as the last part of the joke, pictured. A tickled viewer joked that they could still see soap soap on the garment

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Comedian fans loved the joke and quickly went to Instagram with their comments, with one user insisting that the video & # 39; s from the joker & # 39; make their day & # 39 ;.

One wrote: & # 39; Your video & # 39; s really make my day (Sic) & # 39;

Another acquaintance that they enjoyed sitting on the train during one of his practical jokes.

They said: & # 39; How you think about these things and then have the courage to do them. I have to sit on the train and see it live (sic) & # 39;

A third wrote: & # 39; This is the hilarious (sic). & # 39;

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A fan asked Elvin how to keep a straight face during the joke

A fan asked Elvin how to keep a straight face during the joke

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Comedian fans loved the joke and were quickly on Instagram with their comments

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