The website claims to offer "the best gag gifts on Earth," but nobody thinks this so-called prank site is funny. It's called Fake a Baby, and advertises itself as "Home of the $9.95 Fake Ultrasound."
"Need a Bun in the Oven? We Can Help!" the site declares. "How Can I Get His Attention? We Can Help!" Well, it helped one Michigan teenager perpetuate quite a scam.
Using Fake a Baby products, she convinced many in her town that she was pregnant with triplets. A local TV station reported that the community helped her with money and gifts, and her family even threw her a baby shower.
Her Fake a Baby gear helped her tummy look like she was on track for triplets, and she had the ultrasounds to prove it. Her 16-year-old boyfriend was appropriately freaking out.