Man sneaks into Splendour in the Grass by dressing as a rubbish cleaner and wheeling his friend in a bin (and the security guards don’t bat an eyelid)
- Entertainers Shammi Prassad and Michael Fallon sneaked into Byron festival
- Fallon wears high-vis jacket and pretends to pick up rubbish outside gates
- Shammi jumps into a wheelie bin and Fallon pushes him through entrance
- The guards don’t bat an eyelid as Fallon speaks to them and walks on through
A YouTube star sneaked into Slendour in the Grass music festival by pretending to be a rubbish cleaner.
Shammi Prassad, from the Gold Coast, performed the stunt with fellow star Michael Fallon.
Their video shows Fallon wearing a high-vis jacket picking up rubbish and putting it in a plastic bag outside the festival entrance at Byron Parklands.
Shammi Prassad, from the Gold Coast, performed the stunt with fellow star Michael Fallon
Fallon then finds a wheelie bin and Shammi jumps inside.
He then pulls the bin through the ticketed entrance and says to a security guard ‘I can’t believe how many people leave rubbish around’ as he walks through unchecked.
Once they are through the entrance, Shammi jumps out of the bin and the pair enjoy the festival.
Shammi, who has half a million Instagram followers, uploaded the video with the caption: ‘How to get in to a Festival for Free!’
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Splendour in the Grass and New South Wales Police for comment.
Fallon was wearing a high-vis jacket, picking up rubbish and putting it in a plastic bag outside the festival entrance at Byron Parklands