April Fools' prank targets NBC12 anchor Ryan Nobles - Tucson News Now

April Fools' prank targets NBC12 anchor Ryan Nobles

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

NBC12 News anchor Ryan Nobles arrived at work on April 1 to find his desk wrapped in foil.

While Nobles was away, pranksters took time to carefully wrap all the items on his desk in foil.

Mobile users click here for photos of the prank: http://bit.ly/1jV33q1

The culprits spared Nobles' coat, though his pocket square was foil wrapped. The April Fool's Day prank went off without a hitch. 

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