Foiled! Soldier spends 10 hours wrapping friend’s room in TINFOIL after he left his door unlocked at their barracks
- Scott Lewis, 28, a soldier from Swansea, covered every inch of his friend’s room
- Daniel Protheroe, 24, had left his door unlocked while away on a skiing trip
- Every item including the bed, toilet and even the sink was wrapped in tinfoil
A soldier spent 10 hours covering his friend’s room in their barracks from top to bottom in tinfoil in a hilarious prank.
Scott Lewis, 28, a soldier in the 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards, decided to prank his friend Daniel Protheroe, 24, who had left his door unlocked in Norfolk while he was away on a skiing trip.
Mr Lewis spent around 10 hours completing the prank, with the help of his friend Tom Harcourt, both from Swansea, and cover every inch of the room in silver foil.
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A soldier spent 10 hours covering his friend’s room in their barracks from top to bottom in tinfoil in a hilarious prank
The bed, bathroom and even the toilet were completely covered in tinfoil in the prank
In the clip, Mr Lewis films a tour of the room to show off the finished masterpiece.
From his bed, to the shower curtain, the TV and even the toilet, every possession in the bedroom and bathroom was wrapped in the foil, including his toiletries in the bathroom.
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Mr Lewis even lifts up the toilet seat and turns on the tap to show the extent he had meticulously wrapped everything.
The soldier said he pranked his friend in order to ‘teach him a lesson’ for leaving his door unlocked.
Scott Lewis, 28, (left) a soldier in the 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards, decided to prank his friend Daniel Protheroe, 24, (right) who had left his door unlocked in Norfolk while he was away on a skiing trip
He said: ‘It took me and my friend Tom the best part of 10 hours and near enough 30 rolls of 30m foil.
‘Dan was away skiing with the regiment over the holiday period and he left his door unlocked so we decided to foil his room and teach him a lesson to lock up next time.
‘His reaction was pretty relaxed as he appreciated it more than anything when seeing the attention to detail after a few minutes.
In the clip, Mr Lewis films a tour of the room to show off the finished masterpiece where even the sink is covered
‘It took him over three hours to take everything off and he still hasn’t completely taken everything down as he’s living with what he needs most removed.’
Mr Protheroe, 24, from Port Talbot, said: ‘I wasn’t annoyed, I was more impressed with how good it looked.
‘I’ve never had a key for my room so I couldn’t lock it anyway.
‘It took me nearly three hours to take it down. The bathroom was the most annoying bit to take down because there was so much tape.
‘I’m going to get him back, karma is going to bite him.’
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