He’s known for his on-air tirades and pranks – but shock jock Kyle Sandilands was taken for a ride by his Kiis FM co-host this week.
The two were leaving work after their weekday breakfast show when Sandilands was given the shock of his life.
In the radio studio’s underground car park he discovered his beloved Rolls Royce was “covered” in red Play-Doh.
Sandilands, 44, unleashed a flurry of f-words:
“What the f**k is going on,” Sandilands started.
“Sorry, I played you,” his co-host responded.
“Are you f***ing kidding, why would you do this?” Sandilands said, adding, “Hey hey hey hey, you’re not going anywhere mate…who is going to get it off?”
Sandilands took a closer look at his car realising it was not in fact covered in Play-Doh, nor was it his car.
It was actually a fake car made entirely from the malleable children’s toy.
The car, which took six weeks to build, weighed 600 kilograms and was built specifically for the prank.