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Today is April Fool's Day, which means tomorrow you'll probably read about a few April Fool's pranks-gone-wrong that resulted in arrests.
The line between a well-played joke and a crime can be fine indeed. And with the proliferation of viral pranks on the Internet, jokesters may be pushing the limits of what is legal.
Here's a look at five April Fool's pranks that ended up with some jokers under arrest: