Crafty students made a right meal of it at one of Gordan Ramsay's bottomless pizza restaurants and filled hidden Tupperware containers with enough slices to eat for a week.
Matt Waters, 18, and his friends went to a branch of Gordon Ramsay's, which offers bottomless pizza for £16 per person, with a selection of classic Margherita, pepperoni, charred aubergine and corn and chorizo.
The group, which studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, hid containers in their handbags and tote bags and slyly put every second slice into the Tupperware.
Matt said the group managed to snag over 25 slices of extra pizza to take home and captioned the video: "Gordon Ramsay bottomless pizza gonna [sic] feed us for a whole week."
He added: "We were using Tupperware to take pizza that was leftover on our plates from the bottomless pizza fest. When the new pizza was placed on our plate, we ate half and packaged half.
"As broke students, we saw the bottomless deal and thought we may as well make the most of it.
"We had to be quite secretive because we didn’t know what the staff would say, and none of them saw. We managed to take home about 25 slices between us."
The video, filmed at the Camden branch, garnered over 50,000 likes and 450,000 views in a day on TikTok.
But some were left confused as to why they were trying to sneakily take the pizza, with people saying; "You can just ask for takeaway bags?", "You know they have CCTV right" and "this ain't a flex".
Most, however, praised the group for their discreet finessing of the pizza and clever ways of packaging it away in their bags.