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VIRAL: Teacher burned by own rules on April Fool's Day

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI (WWBT) -

Students at Aquinas College pranked their Macroeconomics professor this April Fool's Day and the video is going viral.

The professor told students any phone calls received during class must be answered on speaker phone, so one student decided to use the policy as the setting for her epic prank. The call came in from a man claiming to be from the Pregnancy Resource Center and, as you might imagine, the following exchange got a little uncomfortable.

Click here to watch the video on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Oskwar

The video has already been watched more than one million times in just a couple days.

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