You might also have tried playing the ‘Wetherspoons game’, where you give out your table number and see what freebies people will send you.
One man recently popped into his local ‘Spoons for a cheeky mid-morning pint and ended up being inundated with more drinks that he ever could have imagined from the app.
Posting on Twitter , Karl Phillips, also known as ‘The Captain’, documented his very bizarre trip to the pub on January 11.
It all started at 10:40am on Saturday, when he revealed he’d enjoyed a bit of shopping before stopping off to grab a pint of Doom Bar at The Gold Cape in Mold.
Shortly after he posted this, someone tweeted to ask which table Karl was sat at.
He answered “54”, but little did he know, that after firing off this tweet, the drinks orders would soon start pouring in.
Shocked by the sudden turn of events, he updated his followers again at 11.14am as the drinks stacked up, writing: “Well f**k dis s**t Jesus wept who keeps sending me drinks they pilling up like f**k lads.”
Karl later added that by the time he was ready to leave the pub, (much later than he had initially planned and after drinking at least five of the free drinks) Wetherspoons had taken over £700 worth of orders for him.
And as he obviously wasn’t ever going to be able to consume that much alcohol and live to tell the tale, the pub chain kindly said they would look into donating the profits to charity for him instead.
So all’s well that ends well, right?
Well, not quite.
After enjoying a little bit too much of the free booze, Karl woke up the next day feeling pretty rough.
“Bunch of f***ers,” he tweeted. “I’ve just woke up f**k me I was in a hell of a mess, cheers.”
Guess that’s a lesson learned the hard way – don’t share your Wetherspoons table number online unless you’re prepared for things to get a little wild!