Staff at Auckland's Paper Moon cafe, restaurant and bar are ready for a memorial drive by of their establishment in tribute to Johnny Danger who used to post videos lampooning the establishment online.
The tribute, called the Paper Moon Drive By - In Memory of Johnny Danger, is taking place in Auckland tonight and looks to memorialise one of the pranks Danger was famous for.
Paper Moon in Mairangi Bay looks to be taking the tribute in good humour, with staff dressing up and posting a picture on Facebook with the words: "RIP Johnny thanks for all the laughs and entertainment. #scotchfilleha," written on a whiteboard next to them.
Danger would often go into food establishments and film the staff's bemusement at his requests, one time ordering a meat pie medium rarehaw from a bakery.
The memorial drive-by is leaving from Northcote before travelling past Paper Moon in Mairangi Bay and heading back to the starting point for waiata and a haka in Danger's honour.