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It was founded by a man who later referred to himself as "Dex1x1" (alleged to be a Canadian man named Tariq Malik Posing as authority figures, such as fire alarm company representatives and hotel front-desk/corporate managers, Pranknet participants called unsuspecting employees and customers in the United States and tricked them into damaging property, setting off fire sprinklers, breaking out windows, and other humiliating acts such as disrobing and consumption of human urine.Pranknet members can listen in real-time and discuss the progress together in a private chat room.After Skype began an internal investigation, Pranknet left Skype and briefly used Paltalk for its chats.However, Paltalk banned Pranknet after a February 2009 KFC incident.After Pranknet users were banned from Paltalk, the company was subjected to multiple DDo S attacks.Beginning in 2009, members chatted before, during, and after each prank via Beyluxe Messenger, which is owned and operated outside North America.
"Dex" claimed that, to avoid alleged fines, the fire department should not be called.
Defence lawyer Mike Cook recommended Jamieson be sentenced to three years in prison, telling court he was remorseful and open to counselling.
Several family members and friends attended in support of Jamieson, but left court while Dojack detailed his crimes to Pollack.
"Dex" and his friend repeated the same stunt on February 19 with a Best Western in Santee, California.
On April 30, a Pranknet member named "Rollin in the A" called Prejean's Restaurant in Lafayette, Louisiana posing as an official from the health department.