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Who needs a fake ID! Teenagers dress as seniors with face masks to buy alcohol

Who needs a fake ID! Teenagers dress up as seniors with face masks to buy alcohol from liquor stores in trendy TikTok

  • American teens dress as seniors to buy alcohol from liquor stores
  • The TikTok users wear face masks to add to the effect and cover their face
  • Some even went as far as to wear plastic gloves under the guise of hygienic
  • Videos of the escapades have been shared on TikTok with users who exchange tips

Teenage TikTok users dress up as face mask-wearing seniors to buy alcohol without being asked for an ID in a new viral trend.

Videos show American teens putting powder in their hair and changing their clothes to make themselves look older before going to the liquor store with friends.

Taking advantage of the current coronavirus crisis, the shoppers add a face mask to reduce the amount of youthful skin shown. It was even thought to wear disposable gloves, under the guise of hygiene, to further hide her age.

Messages from the “pranks” have gone viral, with one video yielding over 2 million views.

Videos show American teens putting powder in their hair and changing their clothes to make themselves look older before going to liquor store with friends

She returned to the car with alcohol cans

She returned to the car with alcohol cans

Videos show American teens putting powder in their hair and changing their clothes to make themselves look older before going to the liquor store with friends. In the photo, a girl (left), whose age is unknown, returned from the store with alcohol cans (right)

An 18-year-old user revealed that she put baby powder in her hair to make it look grayer before wrapping the leftover strands in a scarf to give herself a more matronly look.

She added sunglasses, walked to a store, and came out with a bottle of wine. In the video, she admits to ‘shaking’ with excitement.

When asked what she would have done if she had been asked for ID, a girl replied, “I would have said I forgot in the car and left the store.”

In a second video, a girl whose age is unknown is seen dressed in a bedroom before driving to the store with her friends. To make herself look even older, she wears an aged costume mask with attached hair covering her entire face.

A friend was able to covertly film as she made her way through the store, walking slowly like a much older woman. She emerged with a bag full of cans, much to the excitement of her friends.

An 18-year-old user revealed that she put baby powder in her hair to make it look grayer before wrapping the leftover strands in a scarf to give herself a more matronly look. Pictured partying with the bottle of wine after the successful 'joke'

An 18-year-old user revealed that she put baby powder in her hair to make it look grayer before wrapping the leftover strands in a scarf to give herself a more matronly look. Pictured partying with the bottle of wine after the successful 'joke'

An 18-year-old user revealed that she put baby powder in her hair to make it look grayer before wrapping the leftover strands in a scarf to give herself a more matronly look. Pictured partying with the bottle of wine after the successful ‘joke’

She added sunglasses, walked to a store, and came out with a bottle of wine

She added sunglasses, walked to a store, and came out with a bottle of wine

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She added sunglasses (left), entered a store, and came out with a bottle of wine (right). In the video, she admits to ‘shaking’ with excitement

The craze has been a hit with other users who vowed to try it for themselves. Many praised ‘creativity’.

A fan posted in the comment section, “These look all the more legitimate and I’m here for it.”

Another wrote: “The gloves are really the icing on the cake. hide your youth. ‘

A third added: “Omggg if I was in high school with this kind of innovation I couldn’t be stopped !!”

However, others pointed out that it was illegal and wondered if other teens would be stopped now that the videos have become more popular.

It is not known whether teens in the UK, where the legal drinking age is 18, have tried the trend.

The craze has been a hit with other users who vowed to try it for themselves

The craze has been a hit with other users who vowed to try it for themselves

The craze has been a hit with other users who vowed to try it for themselves

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