As a Halloween stunt, filmmaker and entrepreneur Casey Neistat teamed up with Pranks Vs. Pranks to troll New Yorkers by setting a real life Aladdin loose on the city.
Understandably, people flipped their fez.
Like, really wigged out.
They just wanted to know the Aladdin's secret!
Luckily, Neistat posted a second video showing just how the carpet was made and how they filmed it so well.
The carpet was in fact a cloth frame attached to a battery-powered skateboard that Jesse, the real name of skaterboy Aladdin, controlled with a remote control in his hand.
Meanwhile, Neistat followed Jesse backwards on his own skateboard filming, which is really a whole other stunt in itself.
These guys are really one jump ahead of the breadline.