Ofsted prank calls ‘done for a laugh’ says YouTube star 'A prankster has called more than 150 schools across the country impersonating an Ofsted inspector and telling staff they have lost their jobs. Heads who have fallen prey to the actions say it is distressing and time-wasting, but the man behind the calls says it is part of his comedy act. “Uncle Rafool”, a 21-year-old, claiming to be from Port Harcourt in Nigeria in his online biography, performs the fake phone calls on request from pupils who want to see their teachers embarrassed. He then shares recordings on YouTube. He calls schools, pretending to be from Ofsted and tells staff members they have not complied with “upcoming inspection requests” before telling them they are fired, must pack their belongings and leave the school.' It's supposed to be funny. Playlist here, if you wish to check whether your school received a call, but be aware that every view earns the 'prankster' advertising revenue.