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Winning festival tickets - especially after a year of much reduced socialising - is a dream for some, but apparently a profiteering opportunity for others.
Hamish Wigley-Smith, 19, was given two Parklife tickets after winning a competition to come up with best group chat name.
His winning submission – “Turn the Heaton On” – incorporated the name of the Manchester festival’s site, Heaton Park.
But Mr Wigley-Smith promptly went on to try and sell the tickets - worth £150 - for £350.
@Parklifefest 3 weekend tickets for sale £350 each — Hamish Wigley-Smith (@Hamish Wigley-Smith)
The festival were quick notice, and replied to one tweet by cancelling his tickets.
This very public interaction resulted in very mixed reactions, some arguing for - or against - the way the festival had managed this, and others mocking the teenager.
Mr Wigley-Smith took to his Twitter to call those disagreeing with him as “snowflakes”.
I’d love to know what I was supposed to do with tickets I already had before I won the other ones, snowflakes of to… https://t.co/B7iiWNLd57 — Hamish Wigley-Smith (@Hamish Wigley-Smith)