Norman Reedus Unleashes Glitter Attack In 'Walking Dead' Prank War

Norman Reedus Unleashes Glitter Attack In 'Walking Dead' Prank War, Ruthless.

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Alright, we’ll admit it. “The Walking Dead” is first-class television. It’s got zombies, cliffhangers galore, Norman Reedus in cutoff tees and more, but you know what it’s sorely lacking? GLITTER. 

Reedus and co-star Andrew Lincoln have been locked in an ongoing prank war for months, inconveniencing one another with fake license plates, a trailer full of chickens, etc. On Tuesday, however, Reedus gained the upper hand by filling the vents in Lincoln’s car with ungodly amounts of glitter. 

“The Walking Dead” actor documented Lincoln’s reaction in an Instagram post, aptly captioned “Glitter attack successful.” In the video, Lincoln turns on the air conditioning in his car only to have massive amounts of glitter rain down upon him, as Reedus laughs in the background. 

“It’s still going, dude,” an incredulous, glitter-covered Lincoln says in the video. “How much did you f**king put in here?”

“Have a nice ride home in the heat, bro,” Reedus fires back, reveling in the chaos.

 Watch Reedus discuss his prank war on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” below. 

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