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The Sydney technician Nic Beed (photo left) used a metal tape measure to tap the cap of a Peroni in a clip that the internet has taken by storm.

Tradition opens his beer ingeniously without a bottle opener going viral – while his friends watch in disbelief

  • A resourceful trader astonished his friends with his unique bottle opener
  • The Sydney technician used a metal measuring tape to beat a beer cap
  • A clip of the moment he opens the beer while his friends cheering has gone online
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The moment a trader opens a beer without a bottle opener, while his friends look in disbelief, the virus is gone.

The Sydney technician, Nic Beed, used a metal tape measure to knock off the cap of a Peroni in a clip that has taken the internet by storm.

In the clip, Mr Beed precisely lifted the metal hook off the tape measure to make the seal so powerful that it flew into the air.

The original clip was posted on Mr. Beed's Facebook on March 31, where it kept a low profile until Thursday.

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& # 39; Nic Beed only has 50 likes for this ripper. We thought he deserved more, & posted Triple J hosts Ben and Liam.

The New Zealand version of The Project was so impressed that they were broadcast during the Thursday night episode.

Mr Beed has inspired others to open their beer bottles using a tape measure.

The Sydney technician Nic Beed (photo left) used a metal tape measure to tap the cap of a Peroni in a clip that the internet has taken by storm.

The Sydney technician Nic Beed (photo left) used a metal tape measure to tap the cap of a Peroni in a clip that the internet has taken by storm.

& # 39; I'll try it for Friday beers tomorrow. Probs click the end of my band off haha, & a man wrote online.

The use of general items such as improvised beer openers has become standard for drinkers who are left with no other option – but that is not always convenient.

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A man tried to use his iPhone to open a beer and finally broke the mobile:

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