.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Soon after First Lady Jill Biden's airport look made it to social media, the Twitterati came up with mixed reactions. (Photo credit: Twitter/@DrBiden)

  • Jill Biden was seen wearing fishnet stockings at the Andrews Air Force Base
  • She was returning to Washington DC from California 
  • Earlier, she played a cute April Fools prank with members on board

.California City, CA, USA
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, became the richest person in the world earlier this year. (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • A picture of Tesla and SpaceX executive Elon Musk is doing rounds on Twitter
  • In the picture, Elon is seen passing out, holding a sign that says 'Bankwupt' 
  • The picture first went viral in 2018 as a prank played by the CEO himself on April Fool's Day

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
US First Lady Jill Biden pranked reporters and staff on April Fool's Day. (Photo Credit: Instagram/@flotus)

  • Jill Biden played a prank while returning from a trip on Thursday
  • She disguised herself as a flight attendant to pass out ice cream bars
  • She once stuffed herself in an overhead compartment on Air Force Two when her husband Joe Biden was vice president

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Several brands on Thursday pulled pranks on their customers to celebrate April Fools' Day. (Photo Credit: Twitter Screengrab)

  • Flipkart on Wednesday took to its social media accounts to launch a new fake mode of payment
  • Urban Company announced on April 1 that it has launched an 'Alarm at Home' service
  • Volkswagen said that its US operations will be changing its name to ‘Voltswagen'

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
On April 1, Ola announced a fully autonomus electric flying car. (Photo Credit: ScreenGrab-Twitter/@bhash)

  • Ola's CEO Bhavish Aggarwal announced the brand new electric flying car on Thursday
  • The car's body is made of carbon fibre, titanium, sourced from F-1 cars, fighter jets and soft drink cans from Shivaji Nagar
  • If that isn't enough, it's capable of vertical take-off and landing and doesn't need a runway

.San Francisco, CA, USA
Google has decided to stop the tradition of jokes on April Fools' Day. (Photo Credit: Unsplash)

  • Google had decided to put on hold a longtime tradition of celebrating April Fool's Day in 2020
  • It has cancelled it in 2021 since a large part of the world is still suffering from coronavirus
  • The United States remains the worst affected country due to COVID-19