Smuggle Your Alcohol is one of those websites that does exactly what it says on the tin. Its one purpose to help you subtly and effectively smuggle grog into music festivals, which is something we certainly don’t advise you do.

But then again, we know telling people not to do something is as good as begging them to do it, so we’re just gonna carry on talking about this whacky website and its fairly ingenious products, like flasks that look like sunscreen bottles.

But the creativity doesn’t stop there. As Stoney Roads notes, there’s candy box flasks, binocular flasks, hairbrush flasks, insect repellant flasks, a flask that looks like a can of Lynx deodorant, and even a flask that looks like a scarf.

One the one hand, this is amazing. It’s like an Amazon or an Etsy for the express purpose of getting smashed at a music festival. On the other hand, once organisers and the authorities get wise to this site, they’re gonna start twisting the top off everything in your bag at the entrance.

We can’t attest to the quality of the products, though they do look pretty good. The sunscreen flasks look like actual tubes of sunscreen and the Lynx can is very convincing and they don’t cost an arm and a leg either, with your standard sunscreen flask running about $16.95.

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