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Scouser Sneaks In To Glastonbury’s VIP Hotel

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Scouser Sneaks In To Glastonbury’s VIP Hotel

One lucky Scouser got an upgrade on his Glastonbury experience last weekend after managing to sneak into the legendary festival's luxury hotel.

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After managing to get his hands on one of the 200,000 tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival - headlined by Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney, and Kendrick Lamar - one lad found himself hanging out by the pool at a pop-up hotel, having allegedly made his way through a side gate.


Posting a video of his brother's break-in to TikTok, user @nothing2see32 joked: "Us scousers get EVERYWHERE."

In the clip, the Liverpool Lad can be heard saying: "Only just got in this pop-up hotel. Most poshest place you get in in Glastonbury."

Casually strolling around the exclusive outdoor set-up, he captured the enormous spread of 'scran' laid out for guests, as well as a glamorous outdoor pool, a DJ booth, and a glamping-style bar and restaurant.

He goes on to say: "I just got in the little side gate over there... Best Glasto of my life."


For those who were lucky enough to attend this year's festival, the VIP set-up might be a sight for sore eyes, where guests had their pick of comfortable upholstered armchairs chairs, minimal queues for the bar, and real cutlery to eat the barbecued feast laid out for them.

One Liverpool lad managed to sneak his way into VIP at Glasto. Credit: TikTok/@nothing2see32
One Liverpool lad managed to sneak his way into VIP at Glasto. Credit: TikTok/@nothing2see32

While most viewers were thrilled for the rogue Glasto ticket-holder, others appeared to let their jealousy get the better of them.

"A scouser without a ticket? Can’t be," read one rather sarcastic comment.


"Living the stereotype..." complained another.

Hitting back at the negative response, one viewer wrote: "Living his best life. Not harming anyone so people need to give it a rest. Hope he has a good time."

"Belter that," commented a second. "Love a good bunk story."

"I’d love to know how much this costs!! How amazing," added a third.


Meanwhile, some viewers couldn't get over the stark contrast between the VIP section and the real deal, suggesting that exclusive guests were missing out on the true Glastonbury experience.

"I'd rather be watching the live music than chilling by a pool," wrote one TikToker.

A second simply commented: "Different Glastos".

And a third argued: "They may have well stayed and watched it at home like I did. Fair play though, lad."

200,000 ticket-holders descended upon Worthy Farm last week. Credit: Alamy
200,000 ticket-holders descended upon Worthy Farm last week. Credit: Alamy

After two years off, thanks to the effects of the pandemic, Glastonbury was back with a bang last week, with whopper performances from the likes of Sam Fender, Noel Gallagher, Yungblud, and Olivia Rodrigo.

Partied-out festival-goers made their way home on Monday (27 June), leaving a team of 2,500 volunteers to complete a large-scale clean-up operation across the farm's 900 acres.

In a bid to reduce the amount of waste left at the festival, Glastonbury asked customers to sign its 'Love the Farm, Leave no Trace' pledge when paying for their tickets to the event.

In spite of the promises made by attendees, it's estimated that the festival crew's recycling team removed 2,000 tonnes of waste during its clean-up.

LADbible has contacted Glastonbury Festival for comment.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@nothing2see32

Topics: Glastonbury, News, Viral

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