Their laughter may have been loud enough to wake the dead. The dead, however, already seemed restless! One man turned his own funeral completely around even after he had departed. The prank stunned funeral attendees and caused others to reminisce about the pranksters in their own lives.\r\n\r\nA video spread to Reddit titled "Irish man leaves funny recording for his funeral!" Accompanying footage shows just that. A well-orchestrated set of hijinks completely turned the mood around. Mourners got to smile thanks to their loved one, Dublin native Shay Bradley, even though he already left this world. He made sure comfort was provided in his absence.\r\nPractical jokes are for everyone\r\n\r\n\r\nThose at the funeral were in for a shock when a recording started playing. Audio made it sound like the man was calling for help. Before Bradley's casket was lowered, the recording featured the man shouting for people's attention.\r\n\r\nHe started with an inquisitive "Hello?" Soon, the urgency and outrageousness increased quite a bit. The man became more insistent, demanding to be let out. Confused and frustrated, Bradley asked the funeral attendees where exactly he was. When the audience began to stir, the deceased added, "Is that that priest I can hear?"\r\nGrief was thankfully replaced by amusement\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/ItsSlyGuy\/status\/1183501570928971779\r\n\r\nFortunately, the prank had its intended effect. While some stunts are purely for the benefit of the perpetrator, this one was to help others. Though he left this world, the man wanted his loved ones to keep smiling. While the initial shock left everyone stunned, it was not long before laughter spread through the crowd.\r\n\r\nBlue skies dotted with clouds witnessed a somber affair turn ripe with fondness. Footage shared online shows the crowd watching the otherwise ordinary casket, where the audio came from. Online, viewers shared similar experiences. Some are identical to Bradley's prank, while others involve humorous reminiscing during extreme situations.\r\nBradley lived a life as enduring as his funeral prank\r\n\r\n\r\nBradley's daughter, Andrea, is thankful for her father's determination to keep her and others smiling. She prefaces a picture of him as depicting "the legend himself." She shared her love for him on Twitter, saying, What a man... To make us all laugh when we were incredibly sad. He was some man for one man. Love you forever Poppabear."\r\n\r\nBradley planned this move to bring everyone some happiness after his own turmoil. "He would be overjoyed to know how many smiles and laughs he has given to everyone," Andrea assures. He made the recording after a long battle with an illness, so there was much deliberation on his part. It takes a special brand of love to bring warmth to others even after moving on, filling that absence with a love tangible enough to inspire.\r\n\r\n\r\nVeteran With Terminal Cancer Holds Yard Sale To Pay For Own Funeral, Then Gets Helped By Two Complete Strangers\r\nClick To Play Daily Trivia In The New DYR Arcade!