For the last year, police have been warning people to be alert to scammers demanding payments in the form of iTunes vouchers, after an 80-year-old woman was tricked out of $4,000. But because he was both aware of the scheme and suspicious of a stranger who kept calling him ‘baby’ in every other message, Jay Hall from Virginia, USA knew exactly what to do when he got demands for iTunes gift cards.


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“I have not been targeted in past by this particular iTunes scam but I have had friends and family who have,” Jay told Bored Panda. “Unfortunately some people really do fall for this sort of thing.”

After making sure the scammer was hopelessly in his will, the guy took them on a savage journey they will never forget. “I just wanted to waste as much time of the scammers time as I could,” he added. “I was also bored at the time, haha. I came up with the script as it happened.”

Jay was surprised the scammer went along with the absurd for so long, too. “To a normal person, it should have been pretty evident pretty quickly that I was trolling them.”

Scroll down to check out how everything unfolded and if you’d like to see how other master trolls get back at people trying to con them, fire up our older posts here and here, too.