Student celebrates Alevels swigging from hip flask live on Good Morning Britain

first_imgWhile some Twitter users speculated he may have had disappointing results, the student told The Telegraph he was actually celebrating results of AAB – plus a B in his extended project.“I knew it was going out live, and was filmed opening my results live on air,” he said. “It was all planned.” A level student on @GMB in the background of an interview of a girl revealing her results seen taking swig from a hip flask! 😂— JOEY (@JoeyLDN) August 17, 2017 @GMB full marks to the student in the background swigging from a hip flask just now— WerdnaRetral (@WerdnaRetral) August 17, 2017 Some student celebrating A-levels the only way he should live on @GMB #GMB #alevelresultsday #swig pic.twitter.com/F3OzeXmwvp— David Filipe (@david_filipe) August 17, 2017 Getting your A level results can be difficult, this young man appears to be drinking from a hip flask live on @gmb lol. pic.twitter.com/SS1bcUMHjP— Ne.i.l (@Neil_Carter) August 17, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. That lad on GMB with his hip flask just in case his A-Level results didn’t go so well. Love it!— Sadie (@sadielou79) August 17, 2017 A-level results day is here and one student decided to start the celebrations very early by swigging Amaretto from a hip flask on live TV this morning.Good Morning Britain was speaking to students from Winstanley College in Wigan about their A-level results when he was spotted drinking behind the reporter at 7am.Teenager James White admitted it was him on TV, joking on Twitter: “Thanks you everyone. I needed it.”He added: “Proudest moment all day.” Fantastic to see Wigan students from @winstanleycoll on @GMB this morning. Showing the nation how brilliant they are! #ALevelResultsDay pic.twitter.com/w2aHjrREpr— Wigan Council (@WiganCouncil) August 17, 2017 19 of the funniest tweets about the stress of A-level results day  He added: “The flask was full of Amaretto – my favourite drink.”The student is going to study law at the University of Liverpool – once celebrating his A-level results is over.How Twitter reactedlast_img

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