A CHEEKY Scots tourist snuck into an unlocked apartment while the female occupants were on the balcony and left a safety message on one of their mobiles.
The girls were astonished to find the message several days later as they made their way to the airport to fly home from the Greek island of Zante.
In the four-second clip, the unidentified youngster holds the mobile in front of his face and says: “Be more careful with your stuff. If I can come in here anyone can.”
He then signs off with a wink to the camera.
Meg Corrigan, 18, from Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, posted the clip to social media with the caption: “In Zante a random boy came into our room because it was open, whilst everyone was on the balcony and left this video on docs phone, I am howling.”
Caitlin Docherty, 18, also from Hamilton, who was staying with Meg at the resort in Zante, found the clip on her phone.
The video now has so far had 21,000 likes and 5,900 retweets.
Meg Corrigan said today (tues): “We actually didn’t find the video until we were on the bus back to the airport.
“Me and my friends were all in stitches. The boy that videoed himself had been shouting at us the full week to shut our doors because it was unsafe, but mine and my friends doors were right in front of each other so we knew we would be alright.
“He must have just came in when we were all on the balcony and left us this!”
Social media users were quick to comment on the post, some sharing their own stories of strangers entering their hotel rooms abroad.
Lucy_walden wrote: “Like that random lad who walked in when we were all drinking.”
Keiran Zeb commented: “A guy came in our room, took a drink of water and left.”
_hanxoxo added: “The amount of times we just left our doors wide open, this could have been us.”
Others on the social media site were more concerned with the unknown lads accent. Multiple users responded to the video with a screenshot of Scots comedian Limmy from his hilarious viral video mocking the Edinburgh accent.
David_Carty3 wrote: “What’s his accent about man.”
Ross Wood added: “I don’t know what’s worse the wink or the f****** accent..”