Dylan Taylor, dressed as a boombox while wearing an oversized garlic bulb on his head, had only 20 seconds to enter the correct digits on three locks taller than himself.
As the time ran out, Taylor had two out of the three digits correct. He then was given a choice: get paid $2,000 to walk away, or try to guess the last digit with only 15 seconds.
Taylor immediately shook his head after hearing the first option, but quickly and confidently nodded in affirmative when presented the second choice.
“I just need one number,” he said. “It’s all I need.”