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Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and Chelsea women’s star Erin Cuthbert went under full prosthetic disguise and were then given the task of selling cars in a Hyundai dealership.
Their aim was to convince as many customers as possible to register for a test drive in the Hyundai showroom without being recognised.
However, the prank was actually on both Chelsea stars as the prospective clients were actually trained actors who were happy to ask the pair some tough and awkward questions.
Mason flopped terribly as a salesperson as he blundered severally.
Hyundai, one of Chelsea’s sponsors, produced the video to mark the reopening of Hyundai dealerships in the UK as part of the government’s coronavirus recovery plan, ahead of the Premier League resuming in mid-June.
The video was filmed in in February 2020 before the lockdown imposed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Watch the video below: