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Moment shocked teens rack up an eye-watering supermarket bill before schoolies celebrations

Moment shocked teens are hit with an eye-watering supermarket bill while stocking up for schoolies – here’s what was on their shopping list

A group of schoolies has shared footage of their supermarket shop on social media, with the video going viral due to the eye-watering cost of their food and drink.

The TikTok clip shows the group waiting with a trolley packed with Red Bull cans, pancake mix and soft drink bottles at Ulladulla Woolworths on the NSW south coast.

Their groceries haul also included Zooper Doopers, Cheezels, popcorn, macaroni and cheese and even cannelloni pasta tubes and Earl Grey teabags.

The schoolies’ groceries haul (pictured) included Zooper Doopers, Cheezels, popcorn, macaroni and cheese and even cannelloni pasta tubes and Earl Grey teabags. 

The teen shoppers amassed a bill of $1046.05 (pictured), with the TikTok poster, Immy, writing that schoolies celebrations was 'already making a dent'.

The teen shoppers amassed a bill of $1046.05 (pictured), with the TikTok poster, Immy, writing that schoolies celebrations was ‘already making a dent’. 

The teen shoppers amassed a bill of $1046.05, with the TikTok poster, Immy, writing that schoolies celebrations was ‘already making a dent’. 

‘Honestly probs cheaper to get Uber Eats,’ one commenter said.

Another wrote: ‘Thats a trip to Bali if you had points on that.’  

It comes as 2022 Schoolies enters its final week, with Surfers Paradise crowds praised by authorities for their behaviour so far.

'Honestly probs cheaper to get Uber Eats,' one commenter on the TikTok video (pictured) said. Another wrote: 'Thats a trip to Bali if you had points on that.'

‘Honestly probs cheaper to get Uber Eats,’ one commenter on the TikTok video (pictured) said. Another wrote: ‘Thats a trip to Bali if you had points on that.’

Queensland Police Acting Chief Superintendent Rhys Wildman said there were an extra 10,000 school leavers on the Gold Coast this year, and behaviour had generally been ‘incredible’.

‘We’ve seen our school leavers displaying a lot of maturity for their young years,’ he said.

‘Normally, in previous years, we wouldn’t see school leavers until around midday when they’d start surfacing; driving through the Gold Coast earlier this morning, they’re out and about, going to cafes, having breakfast.’

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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