Chelsea stars Mount and Jorginho directed the stunt, instructing an actor to torment Werner on set for a fake commercial.
The German forward thought he was going to star in an advert, but he was merely a mark with Mount and Jorginho targeting him - making him do a bunch of embarrassing stuff on set.
The actor made Werner dance to terrible electro-pop music and got him to wear some terrible outfits during the prank.
He also called him 'Timmy' and 'Timbo' in a brilliant moment - with the Blues striker pulling a priceless face.
Credit to Werner who handled the whole situation superbly considering the stuff he was made to do during the prank.
Chelsea shared the clip of the prank on social media, accompanied with the caption: "Handled like a champion! @TimoWerner.
"@masonmount_10 and Jorginho take over a Yokohama commercial and we can't get enough of it."
Handled like a champion! :raised_hands: @TimoWerner
@masonmount_10 and Jorginho take over a Yokohama commercial and we can't get enough of it. :joy::clapper:
@YOKOHAMACFC #DriveForMore pic.twitter.com/jrMikbRNdb
- Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) October 4, 2021
Chelsea fans online loved the skit involving Mount, Jorginho and Werner.
One wrote: "Nah I'm crying they did him dirty."
A second tweeted: "We can't treat him like this he would go back to missing shots."
A third added: "Absolutely superb, guys. Brilliant stuff. It just had to be Timo didn't it!"
My favorite moments oh man this was the start my Monday needed LMAO pic.twitter.com/MUFN37iDwF
- Kristen Pulisic Loftus-Cheek (@KristenPulisic) October 4, 2021
Once the international break is over, Thomas Tuchel's side resume their Premier League campaign against Brentford.
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