Top 12 Biggest Trolls In History

1. Pablo Escobar In 1981, when Pablo Escobar went to Washington to visit the White House with his son and wife, he was virtually ...


1. Pablo Escobar
In 1981, when Pablo Escobar went to Washington to visit the White House with his son and wife, he was virtually wanted by the entire American drug authorities. In his memoirs, his son assures that Escobar was entering the United States without hiding, showing his real passport and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash. “Welcome to the USA, Mr. Escobar,” said the customs officer.

2. Elvis Presley


In 1970, Elvis set out to meet Nixon, President of the United States. Elvis absolutely wants to get a DEA agent badge so he can get into any country with the kilos of cocaine he uses for his personal H24 consumption. In addition, he hates small hippies and absolutely wants to act to regulate cocaine circulation. Bet won. As a result, Elvis, completely stoned, will manage with his little power to stop a plane on the tarmac by ensuring that it carries drugs. Which is not true.

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3. Count Victor Lustig

In the 1920s, the fate of the Eiffel Tower was not yet sealed. Many of his contemptors were determined to dismantle this "wart". As a result, Victor Lustig, a false broke nobility of Austro-Hungarian origin, had a genius idea: to make it appear to a junk maker that he could buy the tower to recover the coins. Disguised as an agent of the state, he organized a false invitation to tender to lure the barge and chose as victim the one who wanted to slip him a table. Then he went to Vienna to drink the money. Troll.



4. The Trojan Horse


The Greeks invented the trolling so much that they even gave their name to a relocating virus and inspired the pinata. At the same time, you had to be as stupid to get a giant wooden horse into your castle as you did to click on the “exclusive” trailer of the next Star Wars.

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5. Mark Rubin

Mark Rubin is unknown to the battalion, but this guy who lives near the Milwaukee airport had the genius idea to write on his roof “Welcome to Cleveland”, which is one of the best jokes in history with the banana in the ear and the magician Benardini.

6. Orson Welles

In 1938, the very realistic radio adaptation of The War of the Worlds of Orson Welles suggests to the listeners (a little stupid) that the Earth is really being attacked by alien creatures. Panic wind, saturated CBS servers (yes, we didn’t say waiter at the time), and sudden awareness for Welles, who makes his first steps in Hollywood.


7. Sacha Baron Cohen

The guy managed to impersonate a Kazakh dignitary with complainants and various authorities and then ridicule them in the cinema. With a special mention for the supermarket.

8. Alan Sokal
Drunken by the rhetorical gravity of post-modernism, the physicist Alan Sokal decided to prove once and for all that the current was abstract. He wrote a long article with a shitty title explaining that physical reality was a social construct to which one could escape. The serious Social Text magazine published the article, which was a series of stupid clichés, speculation without evidence and absurd ideas. And Sokal proved that post-modernism could also be a bunch of bullshit.

9. George Parker
For 30 years, at the turn of the century, George Parker sold the Brooklyn Bridge to poor men by inviting them to set up a toll. Twice a week, he found a buyer. Owners were setting up their cabins before the police got involved to warn them that it was a scam. Then George Parker was sentenced to life.

10. Andy Kaufman
Comedian Andy Kaufman is perhaps the greatest troll of all time. At the pinnacle of his career, in the early 1980s, he invented a false rivalry between him and Jerry Lawler, a known wrestler, whom he eventually confronted on television sets. He then arrogates the title of world champion of wrestling and multiplies misogynistic statements to make him talk. Kaufman was so crazy that many of his fans think that even his death in 1984 of cancer is a Hoax. Man on the moon is based on his life.

11. Léonard de Vinci
At the hour of finishing the Last Supper, Leonardo da Vinci lambined, obsessed by the morphology of faces. While de Vinci had finished all the apostles and procrastinated to draw the head of Judas, the Prior of the convent where he worked, excessively invaded by the painter-inventor’s equipment, went to complain about the delays to the Duke Ludovic, who had ordered the work and extended the wheat. Many analysts detect a very strong resemblance between Judas and the Prior of the convent in question.






Crédits photo (creative commons) : Domaine public

13. Oliver Bickar

Mount Edgecumbe, Alaska, is an extinct volcano. However, on April 1, 1974, he began to emit thick black smoke that frightened the neighbouring villages. Authorities flew to the scene in a helicopter, and found out that Oliver Bickar, a local guy, had had fun burning tires at the top of the mountain to make a joke. He had tagged “April Fish” in a huge amount on the ground. It’s something else than making your daughter think you crushed your cat with the car.

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