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A judge has punished two Florida teens for a prank they recorded and posted to the video-sharing web site YouTube by ordering them to post a video apology to the victim--a strategy that is sure to backfire, as it draws even more attention to the prank, Salon.com reports. Last summer, a YouTube-fueled prank spread through teen circles in the Northeast: Kids would pull up to a fast-food drive-through window and order drinks. When the cashier handed them over, the kids would throw the big-gulps back through the window, yell "Fire in the hole!" and speed off. Then they'd post video
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