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Bizarre moment a bored student discovers he can make rubber chicken SCREECH using a hairdryer

  • Student Cade Mullen, who is studying in Maryland, tried out the experiment
  • Rubber chicken appeared to screech when a hairdryer was placed on its face
  • Cade was bored with his roommate one evening when they tried this

This is the bizarre moment a bored student discovers he can make a rubber chicken screech using a hair drier.

The unusual clip shows Cade Mullen, who is studying in Maryland, US, put a working hairdryer against the toy’s beak, causing it to emit the weird sound.

He was with his roommate when they decided to try the experiment. 

Student Cade Mullen, who is studying in Maryland, US, made the rubber chicken emit a screeching sound by placing a hairdryer over its beak

Student Cade Mullen, who is studying in Maryland, US, made the rubber chicken emit a screeching sound by placing a hairdryer over its beak

Strange video footage, that appears to have been taken on a phone, shows Cade holding the rubber chicken by the neck as he brings a hairdryer towards it.

As the machine touches the chicken’s beak it begins to sound as though it is screeching.

Cade was then shown smiling and laughing, while the person filming shook the camera for effect. The chicken did not appear to be impressed.

The experiment was tried on November 6. 

Rubber chicken toys can be purchased for as little as $2.60 (£2).

They are often used as props in comedy, and also as toys for dogs. 

He attempted the unusual experiment, which appears to have been filmed on a mobile, while he was bored with a roommate

He attempted the unusual experiment, which appears to have been filmed on a mobile, while he was bored with a roommate

He attempted the unusual experiment, which appears to have been filmed on a mobile, while he was bored with a roommate

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