As cities and nations make face masks mandatory to contain the spread of the coronavirus, some people seem to be taking advantage of the situation.
Teens have been found sneakily purchasing booze disguising as elderly people despite being under the legal drinking age.
These stunts have gone viral on social media platforms, especially TikTok.
The ‘old’ in the video convinced shopkeepers and were not asked for identity card to confirm ages.
Kids have gone all out on fashion to cover their youthful skin.
They dressed as a grandma to get alcohol and this is how it went… pic.twitter.com/Ppr2AOjwuY
— Memezar (@meme_zar) July 15, 2020
Latest fad in @CitySSM by #TikTok. I’m sure @SaultPolice will look into kids impersonating and buying alcohol underage. Dressing as a senior and buy alcohol. @LCBO can’t blame cause of covid. Employee shouldn’t be fired and store should be aware. @CTVNewsNorthern @SMC_Council pic.twitter.com/z6OVczwfLs
— Pingu Fan (@PinguLuver) July 17, 2020
Such videos have clocked millions of views on TikTok.
According to TikTok’s community guidelines, any “that offers the purchase, sale, or trade of unlawfully acquired goods” would be removed.