Russian Hitman Prank Goes Wrong When Victim Fights Back; Prankster Jonathan Vanegas Arrested (VIDEO)

WATCH: Prank Goes Horribly Wrong

The South Florida pranksters behind last month's viral "Miami Zombie Attack" video faced jail time and were attacked by their latest victim this weekend when their latest prank went very wrong.

On Friday, Jonathan Vanegas and Vitaly Zdorovetskiy uploaded the video in which they approach a man outside a Boca Raton Publix, drop off a suitcase, and then insinuate that it's a bomb.

The victim, later identified by the Sun Sentinel as Andre Brown, initially runs in fear that the suitcase will explode. But when Vanegas, who poses as a Russian hitman, reveals that he is only being pranked, Brown fights back. Watch the above video.

Brown lashes out against Vanegas although most of the altercation occurs behind a parked car. He then comes after the cameraman Zdorovetskiy.

Brown can be heard yelling, "I was already having a bad day and then you mother*ckers come over here and you done make it worse."

Behind the camera Zdorovetskiy repeatedly apologizes while exclaiming "Bro, take a chill pill, bro."

Brown is not pacified yelling, "You trying to get a laugh? I'm not a motherf*cker you laugh at."

After police responded, Vanegas spent 20 hours in Palm Beach County Jail and faces felony charges of bomb hoax.

"The bomb squad came for this prank. It's unbelievable how law is these days," Zdorovetskiy told the Sun Sentinel.

This isn't the first time the pranksters have had one of their victims react aggressively.

In the weeks after Rudy Eugene tore off the flesh of Ronald Poppo's face with his teeth, the pair chased South Floridians on camera while pretending to be zombies.

The video, which went viral even appearing on 'Tosh.0,' shows one of their victims pull something and point it at the "zombie." The prankster later tweeted that it was a gun.

UPDATE: Boca Raton Police also arrested Zdorovetskiy on felony charges of bomb hoax. He is being held on $3,000 bond.

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