Free WiFi with a hilarious catch
Everyone loves free wifi, and why not? Neighbour's free wifi is even more fun. However, it isn't easy to find a neighbour who happily shares their wifi. Therefore when viral video creator and artist, Pablo Rochat pasted his password, everyone was pleasantly surprised.
His new Instagram post makes one wonder if he genuinely is a generous San Francisco neighbour or up to his 'evil tricks' again.
Rochat’s post has now left more than 75k people ROFL. Captioned, “Let my neighbours use my WiFi,” he shared two videos and a picture of the same.
The first video opens to a shot of a flyer in a wall that says “Free WiFi. Network: Goodluck,” followed by a password that cannot be replicated in this article. Find out why.
The video got tons of hilarious comments. One user wrote, “I have all the time in the world, (flip opens my chair),” while others wrote, “Bold of you to assume that someone like me wouldn’t copy the entire thing.”
This is not the first time Rochat has created a buzz online as he is well known for his out-of-the-box humour. From the “Can’t decide” –sock-sandal post to his 2019 AirPods prank his unique humour is always the talk of the netizens.
Graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, he was also a designer at Microsoft, Matador Records and Vogue. He then transitioned to advertising work at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. Eight years ago he moved to San Francisco and then became a creative director at Tinder.
Although the trolling expert and creative genius has reached a global audience, he tends to stay local when creating his projects, bringing bizarre ideas to life using his home studio and neighbourhood. In an interview with a leading daily, he said that San Francisco is not only his source of inspiration but also a playground for his ideas.