These Glasgow students took extreme measures in an attempt to sneak out at night
Two students from Glasgow have taken extreme measures to sneak out at night, after their mum told them not to.
After Shannon and Kiera were told they couldn't go out, they decided they were going to go out anyway. So they decided to do the classic "pillows under the duvet" method of making it look like they were still in bed.
But rather than buy a wig for authenticity, they instead cut a massive chunk out of their hair each, and now have matching bald patches.
last night consisted of climbing out Keiras window, cutting our hair off to make it look like we were in bed n sneaking back in at 4 :) pic.twitter.com/TxHsQjkBCw— shannon (@shannonhay5) November 27, 2016
Shannon and keira are sneaking out to a gaff and have took it too far by cuttin there hair so it looks like there in the bed... pic.twitter.com/ZwxGRPuwhg— Erinlamont (@erinlamont_xx) November 26, 2016
The two then went out and enjoyed themselves, hairlessly, before sneaking back in at 4am. Not that quietly, either.
Maw says you can't go out so you use your window 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/MShvOXZY5U— Erinlamont (@erinlamont_xx) November 26, 2016
Though they say they got away with their hair-brained scheme, most likely because Kiera's mum didn't check her room that night, their tweets have since gone viral. If their mums have even heard of Twitter, there's a good chance they've been caught.
That and the bald patches, of course.
But on the bright side, everybody who saw it seems to think it's either pretty funny, or a spectacularly good way of sneaking out at night.