29/11/2016
Spare tyres are for amateurs.

Words by

Tara Smith

Festival season is fast approaching, which means it’s time to start thinking of ways to smuggle in alcohol undetected. (Kidding of course, because that is against the rules).

But let’s get real, all you bootleggers are going to do it anyway.

Understandably, festival organisers are sick of your smuggling efforts. Think of them as the United States government during Prohibition, while you are Al Capone.

Capone wouldn’t have settled for a goon sack in a spare tyre, and neither should you. This isn’t amateur hour.

Instead, check out this website selling flasks disguised as day-to-day products.

It’s bordering genius. 

We’re talking flasks as Lynx bottles, cameras, hairbrushes and binoculars. We’re not sure who actually takes binoculars to a music festival, but whatever floats your boat.

smuggleyouralcohol.com

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