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Woman’s amazing drinks hack to beat the curfew leave people in stitches

Thanks to the 10pm curfew, many of us have faced the prospect of finishing a drink sharpish to comply with the new demands.

It can be a tough decision – do you try and finish it quickly or admit defeat and leave some of it behind?

But one woman has gone viral after revealing her incredible way of making sure she gets her money’s worth.

In a video that has been seen more than one million times, a woman named Courtney has been showered with praise after sharing her how she ensures that she doesn’t leave a drink behind.

In the clip which she uploaded to TikTok, Courtney demonstrates just how she manages to leave the pub with her drinks, without alerting any staff.

And it’s very, very impressive as she appears to defy gravity by pulling out full cocktail glasses from her top.

At first, Courtney starts off strongly as she removes one full cocktail glass from her vest.

Next, she increases the stakes as she somehow pulls out two cocktail glasses.

But then she appears to do some Mary Poppins style magic as she pulls out two full goblets and a plastic bottle from under her arms.

The clip, captioned “If I can’t finish my drink by 10 then it’s coming with me”, has been viewed more than 1.2 million times and left viewers in stitches at the woman’s hilarious hidden talent.

One commented: “HOW!!! This is like the clown cars that are just never ending.”

A second asked: “How did it not spill, pure talent,” while another joked: “Definitely needs putting on your CV, not sure what as lol but that’s a skill.”

A third wrote: “When I grow up I’m telling my kids dis this hero,” while a fourth added: “Honestly the things you can stick down there is better than Mary Poppins bag.”

Wetherspoon’s Christmas menu has already been released – but if you’re a fan of turkey, it might disappoint.

The national chain has shunned the traditional roast – but customers will be able to try some alternative dishes.

This year, the menu includes brie and bacon burgers, topped with pigs in blankets, festive pizzas and risottos