Women turn ‘stolen’ Travelodge bedding into clothes and wear sheets on wild parties

A traffic cone or shopping cart are the usual keepsakes of a good night out for many.

There’s something about bringing home a random item for the revelers that seems to end the evening in true British style.

But instead of the usual suspects, this group of friends decided to take the bedding from their Travelodge hotel room.

And instead of bringing the sheets home, the women decided to have a wild night on the town.

Fabiha, 21, took to TikTok to share her friends’ misdeeds.

In the now viral clip, Fabiha explained, “My friends stole Travelodge bedding, they wore it everywhere.”

What a look !

At the start, Fabiha’s friend can be seen wearing the gray, red, and blue bedding like a scarf, whipping the bedding around her neck in style.

Once the group of girlfriends sat down for dinner, they adjusted the fabric into a halter top – modeled by another fellow Fabiha.

Who would have thought that Travelodge would be at the forefront of fashion!

Having served its fashion purpose, the women brought the bedding to the club.

After hitting the dance floor, another friend then used it as a blanket to warm up after the shenanigans of the night.

woman wearing top sitting in restaurant
Who would have thought it would look so good as a top!

woman with bedding in her hand in the club
And then the striped bedding hit the club

After racking up 892,000 views, many people took to the comments to praise the women for their creativity.

One person commented, “Omg DIY versatile eco queens we love to see it.”

Another user added: “Creative Queens”.

A third person said: “No, I literally did the same thing and my mothers wore it like a scarf.”

However, some people were concerned about the cleanliness of the striped sheet.

One user worried: “I hope they cleaned it up.”

As another person put it, “Wait till you put it under a UV light, it’ll be like a DNA crime scene.”

Someone else claimed: “That duty stuff, NEVER seen inside a washing machine.”

Let us know in the comments the most random thing you brought home from a party!

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