Teen sneaks into band's VIP section by editing their Wikipedia page

LONDON — People blagging their way into VIP sections by saying they know someone isn't a new thing — but this really takes sneaky to a whole new level.

Last Friday night, teenager Adam Boyd from Crewe, UK, went to see British band The Sherlocks. After arriving late, though, his view was obstructed.

"So last night I went to see a band, but we got in late and our view was shite," Boyd wrote on Facebook.

This was his creative solution - he edited the band's Wikipedia page, adding in a line to say that he was the lead singer's cousin and that he influenced their first single.

"In my drunken state I edited the band's Wikipedia page to say I was family, and it worked!" Boyd wrote. "I got into the roped off VIP area because of it."

Obviously it's tricky to 100% prove that what Boyd says is true, but the Snap he posted on Facebook certainly does look like it was taken from a VIP area:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1372308332828853&set=pcb.1372308422828844&type=3