“Luxury Pranks” is the online pseudonym of American “YouTuber” Parker Hajiaskari, who features video pranks, practical jokes, reactions, and video logs on his ‘YouTube’ channel. He first started uploading funny videos back in 2008. However, he could not gain an impressive viewership due to the lack of technical knowledge and suitable equipment. Parker started his channel, ‘LuxuryPranks,’ in 2015, and gained huge popularity. His subscriber count rose to a massive two million, and he managed to garner more than 203 million views. The channel initially featured harmless prankster videos, primarily involving the public. However, Parker’s videos slowly drifted to the genre of reality TV, claiming to expose real-life cases of catfishing, cheating, stalking, and gold-digging. Parker credits his survival and success to the catfishing videos he created. According to him, those videos helped the channel gain its popularity. The channel treaded into dangerous waters with its ‘Catching a Child Predator’ video series. People, including other “YouTubers,” started questioning the veracity of these videos. Parker was questioned by another popular “YouTuber,” Leon Lush, on whether or not the videos were real and what kind of legal repercussions such videos might have. However, there was no real impact on the channel, in terms of its viewership. The channel continues to post “social experiments,” which are widely popular. In March 2018, a Q&A video on the channel showed Parker expressing his doubt about continuing as a content creator despite his immense popularity.