Jaywalking "Follow the Leader" ExperimentYouTube
Feb. 14, 2013
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Mark Dice demonstrates how easy it is to persuade people to break the law and put themselves in danger by jaywalking, simply by telling others waiting at the crosswalk that it's okay to cross, and by taking the lead and waking out into the intersection with confidence.