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A group of students have been 'banned' from Gordon Ramsay's pizza restaurant after attempting to 'make the most' of his bottomless deal by sneakily packing numerous slices into their bags.
Matt Waters, 18, visited the restaurant in Camden with his friends to take advantage of the bottomless pizza offering, which costs £16 per person and includes slices of margherita, pepperoni, charred aubergine and corn and chorizo.
Rather than simply stuffing themselves while at the restaurant, the students decided to make the food last all week by putting every second slice into Tupperware boxes hidden inside handbags and tote bags.
The students captured footage of their plot in action and shared it on TikTok with the caption: "Gordon Ramsay bottomless pizza gonna [sic] feed us for a whole week."
In total the group they managed to hide more than 25 slices of pizza in their bags, ready to feed them over the coming days.
Matt explained: "We were using Tupperware to take pizza that was leftover on our plates from the bottomless pizza fest. When the new pizza was placed on our plate, we ate half and packaged half. As broke students, we saw the bottomless deal and thought we may as well make the most of it."
The 18-year-old said the group had to be 'quite secretive' because they didn't know how the staff would react to their actions, and as a result they escaped the restaurant without being caught.
However, once news of the group's actions was shared online the restaurant managed to track down the group and announced on Instagram they were 'banned from Gordon Ramsay restaurants'.
"After a few days on the run we have tracked down our suspects," the post read, alongside a picture of the group.
It continued: "Last seen taking advantage of Gordon's bottomless pizza at Street Pizza Camden. We're bringing them in this evening for questioning."
The restaurant later offered 'big rewards' to anyone who sees the group near their restaurants.
Though the students might have been initially chuffed with their haul, their video has received mixed opinions from viewers, some of whom criticised the group for taking the 'all you can eat' deal out of the restaurant.
"They could be charged with theft," one person wrote, while another commented: "Why don’t you just get a takeout?"
Other viewers were more appreciative of the sneaky actions, with one describing the move as 'genius'.
LADbible has reached out to Gordon Ramsay's Street Pizza for comment.
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