But before pulling your prank, be sure to review the guidelines from business etiquette expert Pamela J. The mission, which required two industrial-size rolls of foil, took three people an hour and a half to pull off. Prankster: Jerry Ostergaard, former PR director, now employed by Devry Inc.in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois Scene of the Crime: Allegiance Telecom, Inc., based in Dallas The Mission: Ostergaard's joke is pretty simple to set up, but it managed to stump his IT technician.
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Are you and your co-workers meticulously planning your ideal April Fools' prank? Despite the fact that the lighthearted holiday falls on a Sunday this year, a survey says one in three workers plans to play an April Fools' joke on a fellow employee. Prankster: Michael Casto, former VP of design and now chief creative officer at Mindsalt Design & PR in Louisville, Kentucky Scene of the Crime: An ad agency in Louisville The Mission: Creative guru Casto decided to "foil" a co-worker while he was out of town on business.