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Arnold Schwarzenegger Hits Hollywood for Highly Hilarious Terminator Pranks

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 18, 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger Hits Hollywood for Highly Hilarious Terminator Pranks

Image via YouTube                          

When the fake Arnold Schwarzenegger in front of you turns out to be the real-life actor, hilarity ensues.

The 67-year-old posted the following video to his YouTube channel, featuring his goodwill tour through Hollywood.

We say goodwill as it helps raise awareness and funds for a great cause. But there was a great deal of scares and laughs garnered at the expense of tourists meandering about Madame Tussauds and the streets around Hollywood.

Some are scared, one almost leaves his truck from fright and others don’t seem to believe they are in the midst of the actual Terminator.

It’s, well, it’s really quite great.

We have to say we might die just a little if the wax figures suddenly sprang to life and would continue to perish once we found out that we were face to face with the man who starred in “Commando” and “Predator,” not to mention the classics that are “Terminator” and “Terminator 2.”

But the best moments have to be Schwarzenegger walking around Hollywood and interacting with the people, especially those attempting to impersonate the man himself.

Classic doesn’t even begin to describe this video that aims to garner funds for the After-School All-Stars, which the actor has helped fund in previous videos including a campaign to blow things up.

This also adds to a tremendously busy week on the Schwarzenegger front. The Kindergarten Cop must have filmed the above video a while ago, because we reported earlier on Schwarzenegger’s Boris bike escapades earlier in the week through London.

And there was the added entertainment of his voice being added to Waze, which is also an effort to tout the upcoming “Terminator: Genisys.”

The man, the myth, the legend has been all over the world recently to the delight of fans. Thankfully, we who are stuck at home can still enjoy the hilarity with these videos and social media treats.

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