Salesman Mark Hutchison posted this photo on Whatsapp. The result was terrifying. Their colleagues from the Harry Fairbairn Mini dealership in Giffnock were scared for their lives. The sick prank started when a male customer who was dressed in Islamic robes left the Mini dealership. Then, Hutchison who saw the man leaving the building took a photo and sent it via Whatsapp to his fellow colleagues. In the text message Hutchison tried to trick Emma Durnin that the man from the photo wanted to speak desperately to her.
Shortly after another customer came to the dealership and had a disagreement with someone from the staff the sick prank photo was taken. Hutchison included this prank ISIS victims photo in the Whatsapp conversation. In the message the caption for the image read: “He said it was in connection with this…” This is not the first time when an ISIS inspired ‘prank’ happened at a workplace. At a HSBC branch in Birmingham 6 employees mocked an ISIS hostage video.