Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Virginia State News

January 21, 2013

Va student's invisible driving video gets him seen

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"This is his best prank video out of all the ones he's done. It's hilarious," said Andrew Patchan, an ODU senior criminal justice major and Hossain's roommate for the past three years.

They share an apartment in Norfolk.

"Living with him, there's all this stuff around," Patchan said. "In his room, there's this deck of cards in a bottle - all kinds of stuff that makes you do a second look, like, 'What's that?' "

Hossain said he's confident in his burgeoning career as a prankster, thanks to all the attention his YouTube clip has received. He's open to where it all could lead him.

"I love Hampton Roads," Hossain said. "Moving will be heartbreaking, but a lot of big things are coming, so who knows what it's going to look like?"

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