NEW YORK CITY (KXAN) - Would you like some scream with your coffee? A telekinetic event inside a New York City coffee shop had people in disbelief and feeling horrifying confusion.
Check out people's reactions after someone spilled a drink on a woman's laptop. She gets so upset that she pins him against the wall, all without even touching him.
And then tables begin to move around her before she continues to scream in anger. That's precisely the moment when books go flying off the shelves nearby.
This is happening all while customers are going about their daily routine getting a cup of Joe.
The truth? It's a hidden-camera experiment to capture the reactions of unsuspecting customers.
Oh, and it looks like a promotion for the upcoming movie "Carrie" -- a remake of the 1976 class -- in mid-October.
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