This is the hilarious moment that sows the brothers to make a joke to his younger brother to convince him that he became invisible.
Osiel Garza, from Houston, Texas, played a trick with seven-year-old cousin Jose Angel, who looked funny until they said there was not enough time to return him to normal.
For the trick, José was sitting on the bed and Osiel covered him with a blanket while the family members filmed the scene.
His older cousin sings "magical" words and removes the blanket, revealing Joseph sitting underneath.
Osiel Garza (pictured left) of Houston Texas, plays a trick with younger cousin Jose Angel, seven (pictured right) to make him believe he was invisible
But the family members gasp and exclaim "My God!" While they try to pretend that they can not see it anymore.
Jose laughs and seems funny at first, while the room looks around to try to find it.
The intriguing family continues to cheat on her younger cousin, posing with him and pretending to take a picture.
Except that they already had a picture on their previous phone of Osiel posing in the same place, but gesturing in an empty space.
The intriguing family continues to cheat José (pictured right) posing with him and pretending to take a photograph they had taken before
Jose laughs when he sees this picture while his family screams & # 39; there's no way! & # 39;
Then, the members of their family tell their youngest cousin in Spanish to write something and collect things, something that everyone is left speechless while pretending to see floating objects.
But the family tells Jose that there is not enough time to bring him back, and he seems to jump out of panic.
Jose found him funny at first, but his family tells him there is not enough time to bring him back, and he seems to jump out of panic
Finally, his family placed the blanket over his head to "reverse the spell" and take it off, and they shouted and embraced with delight while pretending to see him again.
Osiel said: I just wanted to try and get a funny reaction from my cousin.
"In fact, I told him it was a joke afterwards, I was a bit discouraged, we played a trick.
Finally, his family placed the blanket over his head to "reverse the spell" and take it off, and they shout and embrace with delight while pretending to see him again.
"At that moment, I think he thought it was going to be permanent, right after we stopped recording, he ran to his excited mother telling her that he was actually invisible."
This comes after a number of people have posted their version of the jokes online with the hashtag #InvisibleChallenge.
The viral trend began first with a clip published by magician Justin Willman, where he convinced a man in front of a crowd that had become invisible.