It's impossible to avoid Instagram - restaurants across the world are awash with happy phone snappers in search of their next Nom Nom brownie shot, the perfect lighting, filter, angle, dish - perhaps even an #FDLmoment.
It seems that most peoples first reaction, especially when presented with a great plate of food, is to grab for the phone and snap away. It's sort of become the norm.
However, what's not the norm is someone taking Instagram shots of other people's food and that's exactly what this prankster does in the next video.
Just imagine sitting down only to be tapped on the shoulder only to be asked, "excuse me, can I take a picture of your food for please?"
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