Basically, Pier Giorgio enjoyed all the usual pranks - such as shortsheeting the beds of friends and priests when they would be on retreat -- and his friends enjoyed playing pranks on him. This was a real hallmark of the Tipi Loschi Society.He wrote about one of his classic pranks in a letter to his sister Luciana in June of 1924. He had a good friend, Tina Bonelli, who had persuaded her parents to allow her to travel to England. She received permission because she would be traveling in the company of an elegant lady named Mrs. Bellia. Pier Giorgio accompanied Tina to the train station and made a loud racket so that he got everyone's attention and then presented Tina with a box of candies. What she didn't realize was that Pier Giorgio had tied all of the candies together; so when she later offered one to Mrs. Bellia, they came out of the packet in a long chain, to the surprise and laughter of everyone present.