This is kind like a flashmob thing that Improv Everywhere did at GrandCentral Station except it was commissioned by some foreign something company.
Improv Everywhere, who recently performed the Frozen Grand Central and 111 Shirtless at an Abercrombie and Fitch store, just staged a musical at a mall food court. It was funny when an “agent” dressed as security came over and people got disappointed because he started singing. I also thought it was funny how some adults didn’t care and the kids loved it.
Improv Everywhere decided to get 111 dudes to walk into an Abercrombie and Fitch store shirtless. Before they went into the store, they did all the gay things that’s pictured on A&F ads. Then they went into the store and looked at clothes and took pictures. They’ve done this before. I remember seeing them before where they dressed up like employees at a Best Buy and moved slow motion at a Home Depot. Both were kind of amusing but this A&F stunt was funny because of the concept that all A&F customers are like the people pictured in their ads and stores. The Best Buy and Home Depot stunts are just weird.