These Starbucks customers took the 'invisible car' prank to a new level

A group of Starbucks customers are going viral after being caught in the middle of an outlandish drive-thru prank.The stunt was shared on TikTok by an employee named Alissa. Her video, which has more than 1.6 million views, shows a clip from her store’s drive-thru camera.Alissa and a coworker are watching the footage in real-time, as they react to a group of four customers at the order window.However, the group looks a lot different than usual.The young customers aren’t sitting in a car, but each of them is seated as if they are. One man, in the front, is even pretending to drive the “invisible” vehicle.“You know this is the kind of s*** that make our job worth it lmao,” Alissa captioned her video.The “invisible car” prank is nothing new, but Alissa was clearly impressed by the group’s commitment. TikTok users also praised the stunt.“Can we find these people I want to be their friends,” one user wrote. “Are y’all gonna serve them?” another asked

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