Mikael Daez pranks Megan Young | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Mikael Daez pranks Megan Young, takes advantage of her acrophobia

By: - Reporter
/ 11:34 AM April 06, 2019

Mikael Daez pranked Megan Young during their trip to Osaka, Japan, by taking advantage of her fear of heights.

The Kapuso actor revealed Young’s acrophobia through a visit to Japan’s Umeda Sky Building. This was seen in Daez’s Instagram post Friday.


He said Young, who he jokingly refers to as “Madam Bonez,” was “enjoying so much that her fear of heights forgot to show itself.”

“Right in the middle of the elevator, I ‘gently’ reminded her to look out below and BAM… this picture perfect moment was realized!” Daez said.


Apart from sharing Young’s hilarious expression, Daez included an illustration of where exactly they were positioned when the photo was taken.

And to make up for what he did, the actor and the actress-beauty queen shot a nice photo by the tourist site ” to calm her nerves and soothe her cheesy heart.”

Some of their fellow celebrities were amused by Daez’s antic, such as Ryan Agoncillo, Mary Jane Lastimosa and Kylie Verzosa.

mikael daez japan

Image: Instagram/@mikaeldaez

But Young was still not amused that she was the butt of the prank, and asked Nico Bolzico and Solenn Heusaff if she could join their club—the Bullied Husbands Club.

Image: Instagram/@mikaeldaez

But in the end, Daez somehow regretted scaring Young and bought her a little souvenir while she went out shopping.

Safe travels, Mikael and Megan!  /ra



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