By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:45 GMT, 28 November 2020 | Updated: 05:45 GMT, 28 November 2020
An IT worker has been dealt the ultimate prank after more than 20 copies of his front door keys were scattered around the Sunshine Coast.
Rigan Wallis, 26, from Queensland, took to Facebook on Friday asking people to throw away any keys they find and to stop calling him as he didn't lose his.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
He shared photos of three keys labelled with his name and phone number on them along with a screenshot of the people who tried to get in contact about his lost keys.
'Have you found a set of keys like this on your morning walk or daily commute?' He asked the members of a Sunshine Coast Facebook group.
'If you have please just dump them in a bin and have a great day.'
Rigan Wallis (pictured), 26, took to Facebook asking people to throw away any keys they find and to stop calling him as he didn't lose his pair
Mr Wallis shared photos of three keys labelled with his name and phone number that were found
Mr Wallis claims that it is an 'unknown assailant' who placed the keys with his name and number on them around the popular tourist destination.
'I've received about 20 calls in the past 12 hours, and as much as this has reinstalled my faith in the good people of the Sunshine Coast, I don't actually own or need any of these keys.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'So please just dump them in a bin or keep them as a collectible or