Maravilla found an old McDonald's shirt at Goodwill for $7 and dressed up as an employee. They took a picture of themselves holding a McDonald's burger and fries, then added the logo and other features to make it look like the posters hung around the restaurant.
If you didn't know better you'd think the two smiling guys in the poster on the wall with the other posters of people enjoying McDonald's at the McDonald's in Pearland south of Houston was part of the restaurant's marketing and promotion campaign. But when the moment came, they were ready and the poster went up without a hitch. "This McDonald's poster is the representation we need", wrote one user, referring to a recent American film.
Jevh says he was anxious his parents would be cross but they were so amused they visited the restaurant and posed for photos with it.
"I really hope they never take it down."Fifty-one days later, the poster had still gone unnoticed by staff.
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"It fit me perfectly", he said.
Then they ordered a 60-inch-wide, 50-inch-tall poster of the image and planned the execution of their prank.
Jevh also shared how the prank unfolded in a YouTube video posted on Sunday.
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In a statement obtained by DailyMail.com, Pearland McDonald's franchisee Mariselle Quijano said, "We take pride in highlighting diversity in every aspect of our restaurants".
Maravilla is hopeful about the fast food corporation's response.
The pranksters made a decision to post their adventure to Maravilla's YouTube page, where a vlog of their shenanigans has been viewed more than 500,000 times. "We applaud these students" creativity and hope to see them in our restaurants again soon'.
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