He's 18, from Beenleigh, and has no shame.
Adrian Van Oyen is Brisbane's newest YouTube talent, and while he draws inspiration from Hamish and Andy, one day he hopes to outshine the Janoskians, Melbourne's teenage comedy web-stars who send girls screaming and forced police to shut down Luna Park during a public appearance in March.
But what does he do?
Creates Awkward Train Situations for a start – the title of Van Oyen's latest prank video clip filmed over the course of two weeks on Brisbane's suburban train network. In one scene, the young funnyman saunters onto the platform in a towel, brushing his teeth. Later, in a similar state of undress, he's filmed foaming up shaving soap and shaving his hairy legs while seated in the middle of the carriage.
He does it for laughs, and for his mate's video camera – the conduit to his hoped-for YouTube stardom – but young Van Oyen admits public reactions to his situational spoofs are less than positive.
“There was one time when I went up to a girl and I said I wanted to make out with her which was pretty funny,” he said.
“But there was a guy sitting behind her who got a bit upset about it. He came up to me after and said, 'mate you just can't do that, you can't do that sort of thing'. I explained we were just making a YouTube video and that it was a joke, but he didn't get it.”
Of all the clips filmed for his Awkward Train Situations clip, Van Oyen said the leg-shaving was the hardest. And though some of his clips involve impersonating a ticket inspector and vomiting on a carriage, the young prankster says he's never had a run-in with Queensland Rail personnel.
However railway transport laws strictly prohibit passengers from creating a disturbance or nuisance. Obstructing other passengers is also against the law.
“I guess I'm just lucky,” Van Oyen said.
“I am a little worried that there could be a backlash – a lot of people tweet negative things about the Janoskians and their behaviour – though they're a lot more famous than I am.
“Generally I get a pretty good response from the people who watch my videos. I want to be an actor one day – that would be the ultimate. There are a few people who recognise me from my other videos – my mates all tell me I'm crazy.”
As of this morning, Van Oyen's Awkward Train Situations Janoskians tribute video has been liked by more than 1300 people and viewed more than 100,000 times since it was posted on October 24.
Some of his other videos, including his own take on Korean popstar Psy's pop hit Gangnam Style, have notched up more than 30,000 views.
“My mum's always telling me I should study more,” the photography student says.
“But she loves it. She's always showing my family.”