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Watch What Happens When Two Guys Try to Sneak Into the Movie Theater as One Person

Bo and Matthew attempted to fulfil their lifelong dream this month – sneaking into their local movie theater dressed as one (very large) man!

via boredpanda.com

Their plan was to disguise themselves as one person by joining together and making it look as if they were an overweight man. They would then attempt to pay for just one ticket when they got to the booking office and pray they wouldn’t lose balance or get caught out.

First, the guys had to practice walking around in their self-made disguise. It was made by one of the men carrying the other around their front. Then, it was covered by an over-sized sweatshirt to give off the appearance as a man with a very large belly. This took some serious skill to master, as it meant the “walker” had to have a lot of strength to carrying around another full-sized human for at least fifteen minutes.

via boingboing.net

Once they’d perfected their costume, they went in for the kill. Watch to see if they succeeded or not *fingers crossed*:



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