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A Flordia judge has ordered a pair of teens to post an apology video on YouTube after they were caught by a Taco Bell employee they pranked by shouting "fire in the hole" and throwing a soda at her through the drive-through window. Besides assuming the position in this screenshot here (embedding has been disabled on the video), they two were ordered to perform 100 hours of community service and pay a nominal cleaning fee. And apparently it's not an isolated incident.

A search on YouTube quickly demonstrated that "fire in the hole" is becoming the American equivalent of the British fad "Happy Slapping," and seems to have originated in New York and Pennsylvania last summer. WTAE Pittsburgh reported on a similar incident featuring a pickup truck driver hitting a worker in the eyes with hot sauce. I think it was Gandhi who said "A public shaming on YouTube for a public shaming on YouTube leaves everyone entertained."