BBC - Spaghetti Harvest - 1957
This one is a classic in its own right. The BBC's popular show Panorama released a broadcast showing a family in Switzerland harvesting spaghetti from trees. It resulted in hundreds of viewers phoning in to find out how they could grow their own spaghetti trees!
Waitrose - Pinanas - 2009
Waitrose shoppers may have been temporarily baffled in 2009, although we imagine these pinanas would have been a nightmare to peel.
Burger King - Flame-Grilled Fragrance - 2015
We think even the most loyal Burger King fans would be hesitant to wear to the new perfume that was announced in Japan.
Sweden - Colour TV - 1962
There was only one TV channel in Sweden in 1962, and it was in black-and-white. On April 1st, the station's 'technical expert', Kjell Stenson, told viewers how to see colour images on their television sets - by simply covering the screen with a pair of stockings! The prank was a great success, with thousands of viewers searching their house for a spare pair of tights.
Tesco - Bouncy Aisles - 2015
In 2015, Tesco came up with a trampoline-based solution for those who can't reach the top shelves.
Marmite - Clear Marmite - 2015
In a joke that you'll either love or hate - Marmite announced a new product range in 2015.
We're looking forward to seeing what pranks, jokes and spoofs everyone has in store this year!
What is your favourite April Fools' Day prank?