Fake spiders were put in Maroochydore pay phones by Halloween pranksters.
Fake spiders were put in Maroochydore pay phones by Halloween pranksters.

Halloween pranksters out in force on the Sunshine Coast

HALLOWEEN pranksters have hit Maroochydore overnight in a sneaky prank that would have resulted in plenty of screams.

Fake spiders were placed in pay phones across parts of the city with one victim reporting not one phone was spared in the elaborate prank.

"Prank of the century," they reported.

"In every pay phone in Maroochydore.

"Thank you, thank you, no need for applause - hope there are cameras."

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Meanwhile from Mooloolaba to Mountain Creek people reported incidents of Halloween vandalism on Facebook, from eggs and rocks being thrown at cars to bins being knocked over.

"(It was) so close to the cars it sounded like an animal hitting the car," Jayne Hodkinson said. 

"Hope their parents find out and punish them, kids need to realise how dangerous it is to throw things at cars."

One woman reported a knife-wielding clown sighting in Bli Bli. 

"My partner got stopped by a clown with a knife last night on his way home from work," Erin D'Arcy said.

"Must have been a tween cos when he chased him over a median island in his 4WD he wasn't so scary...

"I thought that fad was over!"



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