A student smuggled bottles of vodka into a music festival inside tortilla wraps.
Tytus Chmielewski, 20, folded the container inside the wrap so security at Opener festival in Poland thought it was his lunch.
He did it every day of the four-day festival, and while the average price of a drink was £6.70 – he got his bottles for £1.
Savvy Tytus, who snuck in another bottle in his shoe, reckons his hack saved him £100.
Tytus, from Gdańsk, Poland, said: “I am a student and I don’t have much money.
“Every student wants to drink alcohol at that amazing festival, but not everyone has money for that.
“It’s a four day festival, and if you want to be a little drunk every day, you would have to spend a fortune.
“You can bring food to the festival, so my girlfriend, Wiktoria, 18, and I thought about using it somehow and smuggling alcohol there.
“It was impossible to detect it. Who would expect that there will be vodka in the tortilla?
“We did that every day. I also brought alcohol in my shoes, which allowed us to save a lot of money. During the entire festival we spared about £100.
“For two young students that is so much money.”
The four day festival costs £184 for a ticket and acts included Lizzo, Kendrick Lamar and Arctic Monkeys.
Produced in association with SWNS Talker
Edited by Saba Fatima and Asad Ali
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