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This Guy Covered Strangers' Eyes for a Challenge and Let Them Touch These Things! Unbelievable!

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What if you were walking along the street, happily minding your own business, when you suddenly see a person come up to you and tie something around your eyes? 

What would you do? Would you run away?  

Well, these people from America tried to indulge this strange individual who walked around the streets, a striped necktie in hand and a brown paper bag in the other. He approached strangers and asked them to do something odd. 

He asked if he could blindfold the strangers and got them to guess what was inside the brown paper bag just by touching it. 

He said, “There’s [sic] different objects in here and one by one, you’re going to tell me what you think it is without being able to see it.”

Several people agreed to play his strange game. In the beginning, the guy just gave common things to the strangers and many of them were able to guess right.  

These items were a screwdriver, a set of keys, and a cell phone charger. However, at around the video's 23-second-mark, people cringed when they were introduced to a rather unusual object. 

One of them, a girl, said: “Ew, no, I don’t wanna touch that!” and backed away immediately. 

The guy approached more people and let them take turns touching the unidentified object. Meanwhile, passersby and onlookers watched and laughed. They couldn’t believe that the guy was making strangers touch that particular thing. 

There were varied reactions and one of the girls even shrieked: “Oh my gosh, no! AAACK!”  

The guy said to her: “What is it? You can use both hands if you want, baby.” 

“A… ball sack?” the girl answered in disbelief. 

Do you wanna see what is it, really? Watch this! 

What do you think? Gross? Weird? Share your opinions in the comments section below!

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