'Trick or treat' | The dangers of playing work pranks this Halloween

The dangers of playing work pranks this Halloween

Once again it is that time of year when thoughts turn to pumpkins, bats and broomsticks in light of Halloween.

While Halloween will likely be a little different this year in light of the pandemic and subsequent social distancing measures, it isn't unusual for some people to want to play tricks on one another – whether this is something like covering the loo in cling film or leaving a scary message for a friend or relative.

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