A woman has revealed her secret drawer to hide her favourite snacks from everyone in the house but viewers were not entirely impressed.
UK-based TikTok user Hattie disguised the drawer as a plug socket, which could only be opened with a key.
In a video seen more than 3.8 million times, the woman shows where she hides her Oreo biscuits.
It seems to be a dangerous move when she inserts a key into a plug pocket but as soon as she turns the key, it unlocks a secret drawer hidden in the wall.
Hattie pulls the whole socket out, quickly places her snacks inside and locks it again.
She says: "Just remembered this exists. No one can steal my Oreos now."
To further complicate the matter, Hattie places the secret drawer next to a real plug socket.
Some viewers called it a clever trick but many were concerned if she put the key into a real plug socket.
A man wrote: "Great to hide all my alcohols!"
"This is is what I need to hide from my friends," a second added.
But others said Hattie should have posted a disclaimer so that young viewers won't try it at home.
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One said: "It's all fun and games until you try to open the wrong socket."
Another slammed: "Why would you do this? People may try and find if they have it in theirs."
A third penned: "I tried it with my plug socket it gave me a shock."
Hattie later wrote in the comments that it is a fake safe she bought from Ebay for £25.
She also said it won't work if others tried to plug any electrical appliances in the secret drawer.
"You can buy online at Ebay or Amazon. It's not a normal plug, it won't work if you try it."
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