In the video, a fake maintenance man puts a caution sign in various different places around Liverpool, including Anfield.
The sign is similar to one you would find in any public toilet, but with one distinct difference.
It has Gerrard's infamous slip and him clawing at the Premier League title on it. The man would then stand next to the sign, warning passers-by not to slip.
In the most daring part of the stunt the jokers delivered eight signs to the Paisley Gateway at Anfield, blocking the entrance, before getting their marching orders by security.
A year ago, Gerrard suffered the ignominy of slipping during their title deciding match against Chelsea.
Former Chelsea man Demba Ba took advantage of Gerrard's slip slotting past keeper Simon Mignolet.
Ironically, the Liverpool skipper made an inspirational speech in their victory over Manchester City, saying: "We do not f****** slip". Two games later, Gerrard did.
This is not the first supporters prank seen in the last few weeks. Chelsea fans, nicknamed the C-Team, turned the Emirates Stadium blue for a short while.
The group hijacked the concrete Arsenal sign by attaching their own Chelsea sign over the top, a long with blue smoke bombs. The C-Team quickly vanished before security came to remove the sign.
With a growing trend of supporter pranks, who will strike next?
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