A maths teacher's exam prank on his class has gone viral after red-faced students were caught looking for the answers.
One of his students shared the tutor's cruel, but very funny, joke at their expense online.
The student claims she was looking at course materials listed online.
But one of the document names stood out because it read: "Exam answers not for students".
In a post on social networking site Reddit, she said: "Looking through all the course materials, I noticed at the bottom it says ‘exam answers not for students’ and I’m wondering is this a mistake? So I click on it…"
"My stats professor really did this to us," she captioned the Tik Tok video.
Instead of being treated to the exam answers, she was Rickrolled.
Rickrolling is when you troll someone on the internet by linking to the music video for Rick Astley's 1987 hit song “Never Gonna Give You Up.”
It is, by far, the most popular example of bait-and-switch linking.
The prank went down a storm online, with some users praising the teacher's sense of humour.
I respect that," one Redditor replied.
"The perfect teacher doesn't exist…" joked a second.
And another responded with: "I have a rickroll detector on my Chromebook that puts a picture of Rick Astley next to any link that has Rick at the other end of it.
"If you have a Chromebook I'd recommend protecting yourself from being "gottem'ed"
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