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Eight-year-old girl branded a 'legend' for Zoom trick to avoid online lessons

An eight-year-old girl has left the internet in stitches after her uncle shared the brilliant "con" she created to get out of online learning for weeks.

Twitter user Mike Piccolo shared a brilliant thread on how the school pupil had managed to fool "my sister, my brother in law, the teacher, the school’s computer teacher, the principal and Zoom's support team".

He explains that his sister has three children, all of which are currently at home doing Zoom classes with their schools during the pandemic.

But he says "mysteriously" one day his niece's Zoom stopped working during a lesson, and despite her mum trying for an hour she could not log back on and simply assumed it had been a "weird glitch".

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