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Unsuspecting drive-thru attendants have been shocked to find a car pulling up with nobody inside.

The man behind the elaborate trick is a magician named Rahat, who specializes in pranking drive-thrus.

This time, he has retrofitted a car set to allow him to sit inside without being seen.

After placing an order, he rolls up to the window, where the attendants are puzzled by a seemingly empty car.

At one restaurant, he speaks to the staff, saying he’s a ghost and asking them to throw the food into the car.

Rahat’s previous pranks have received millions of views on YouTube.

In one, he has his hand “fall off” when he hands over his debit card.

In another, he creates a small electric shock when paying for his order and then passes out.