Music Videos News 20 March 2016

Trollstation’s ‘DigiDan’ jailed after bomb hoax prank

20 March 2016

The 31-year-old, born Danh Van Le, was jailed for nine months after admitting a series of offences at Inner London Crown Court.

Mr Le, who helped create the group in 2013, admitted one count of placing a hoax bomb and pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

Trollstation have a huge following (684,799 subscribers on YouTube with millions of views) and some of their pranks have seen them invade a WWE ring at the O2 Arena, do the same at White Hart Lane during a Tottenham Hotspur Europa League match and set up a fake robbery at the National Portrait Gallery.

Below is one of the video’s that lead to the arrest of Mr Le and the group’s reaction to his incarceration on Twitter:

Trollstation member Light said the group will be “adapting their methods” for future pranks and that ‘DigiDan’ will be “taking a step back” from them when he is released from prison.

He added: “We have to re-evaluate certain ideas, I don’t want anyone else going to jail.”

Are Trollstation pranks harmless fun or do they go to far?

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