A rising social media influencer has revealed how he managed to sneak into Wembley Stadium for one of the biggest events of the year.
The teenager, who goes by the name J2hundred on his accounts, has uploaded a video to YouTube and sections to TikTok documenting how he and a pal got to watch the Euro 2020 final.
While he didn't manage to get in to see the whole match, he did get to witness England take on Italy in extra time and in the all-important penalty shootout.
In the 13-minute clip, he claims he was just going to London to soak up the atmosphere in what was the Three Lions' first major finals appearance in decades.
However, one thing lead to another and he managed to get a first-hand view of the action.
The 19-year-old arrived into the city at St Pancras International station and quickly noticed how hectic scenes were before the first whistle.
Viewers then see J2hundred at Wembley trying to offer security guards a bride to get him in.
It's was a bold strategy (and a silly one when you're filming yourself and the guard) and it certainly didn't pay off.
The bloke he tried to convince simply told him to buzz off and enjoy the game because he 'likes his job'.
But then the teen and his mate found fencing covered in official Euro 2020 banners. They pushed the debris aside, climbed through a gate and suddenly found themselves inside the outer part of Wembley.
The lads then stumbled across an apparent emergency exit door that they managed to pry open.
The social media user told his followers: "It was a sign from God, we were meant to be in that stadium, there was just a gap in the door."
By this point, it's clear it wasn't just J2hundred and his pal as there were several people seen in the video trying to move through the gap and file into the inner sanctum.
They charged up several flights of stairs until they saw signs that indicated they were located at rows 15 to 44 of Wembley. They knew they were onto a winner by this point and just had to find some spare seats.
The YouTuber managed to get a spot just as extra time was edging closer to the possibility of penalties. He said in the video: "We've done a madness, we have done an absolute madness."
He admitted he was disappointed by the result, however was pretty pleased to watch a part of history being made with his own eyes.
J2hundred was one of many who broke into Wembley without tickets, with the FA condemning their actions.
A spokesperson for the Association said: "These people are an embarrassment to the England team and to all of the true fans who wanted to enjoy one of the most important matches in our history."
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