Libyan Reaction: Social Experiments

Posted on 08/14/15
By Mutaz Gedalla | ViewsWeek

Libyan

 

Some guys from Tripoli lunched an experiment called Libyan Reaction. “Videos for social experiments and pranks to see how Libyans will react!,” reads a short description of initiative launched on the Facebook. The Facebook is getting significant attention. So far it has received more than 32,000 likes.
It’s interesting to watch Libyan reaction towards some circumstances they face in the streets everyday and how they respond to them.
These experiments varied from picking “trash on the sidewalk” to “how to react when somebody steals a person’s cellphone.

 

Here are some of their experiments:

 

Pick the trash

 

Picking money instead of the trash

 

Stealing a cellphone in front of you

 

You can Like their Facebook page here.

 

Mutaz Gedalla is an architect at Assarh Engineering Consultancy and a Lecturer at Benghazi University’s Architectural Department. He runs a blog wakeupbenghazi.com. An unedited version of this article first appeared onwakeupbenghazi.com. He can be followed on Twitter at @mutaz20042000

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