In all his years of playing Jason Bourne, Matt Damon seems to have learned a thing or two about espionage.
The actor put his skills to the test to prank a group of unsuspecting civilians into believing they were completing a top-secret mission.
Each individual was given a phone, with Damon on the other end. The people had no idea the actor was the one speaking to them, yet for some reason continued to take instructions from a mystery man speaking to them on a random phone. One man, though, just wasn't having any of it. As soon as he got the phone, he tossed it on the ground, sending Damon into a fit of laughter.
But for those who did stay on the phone, Damon led them through a series of tasks until they picked up a suspicious envelope from a man on a bridge. The Oscar winner made sure to joke around with them along the way, instructing one man to buy a hot dog, which apparently cost $14, and telling one girl to compliment a couple's baby.
Eventually, the individuals make their way to Damon, who surprises them with tickets to the "Jason Bourne" premiere. Their reactions are priceless.
"Jason Bourne" hits theaters July 29.