You wouldn't blame anyone who saw a promotional offer that looked too good to be true on 1st April and chose not to believe it.
One car dealership advertised in a newspaper an "April Fool's Day Special" where they said anyone who brought the front page advert and their old car would be given a brand new BMW in exchange for their existing one.
Barely anyone fell for the 'prank', it obviously being far too good to be true. One woman however, decided it must be a double bluff.
Tianna Marsh took her 15-year-old Nissan Avenir to the dealership and showed them the front page of the New Zealand Herald.
She was then given a brand new BMW 1 Series worth $50,000 in exchange for her old car and was the only person to rock up, surprised to find security guards there, with the dealership expecting crowds and possible riots.
Just goes to show, if you don't buy a ticket, you won't win the raffle... even on April Fool's Day.