Spanish Student Engraves Answers On Pens To Pass Criminal Law Exam. Netizens Call It 'Art' – ABP Live

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By: ABP News Bureau | Updated at : 13 Oct 2022 08:11 PM (IST)

The pens that were confiscated ( Image Source : Twitter )
New Delhi: A Spanish law student came up with an ingenious method to pass his exam. He chose to artistically engrave the answers on his pens. The student was exposed a few years back but the trick came to light when his teacher shared the pictures of the pens confiscated from him on the social media.
Yolanda de Lucchi, a professor at the University of Malaga, took to Twitter to share the pictures of the 11 pens, each with tiny writing etched across the plastic body of the blue biros.
The student, during the exam of criminal procedural law, etched the answers of the questions on the diameter of his pens, that were confiscated.
The pictures of those 11 pens shared last week have gone viral on the social media. The post has so far garnered a whooping 3.8 lakh likes and more than 24,000 retweets.

“Tidying up my office, I found this university relic that we confiscated from a student a few years ago: criminal procedural law in bic pens. What art,” professor Lucchi captioned the post on Twitter.
Haciendo orden en mi despacho he encontrado esta reliquia universitaria que confiscamos a un alumno hace unos años: el derecho procesal penal en bolis bic. Que arte! #laschuletasnosoncomoantes pic.twitter.com/3J4LMn0RQF

Replying to the post, a user wrote, “I have only been able to deduce that it was a criminal procedure by taking a photo and enlarging.”
Never underestimate the effort that some will put into cheating. https://t.co/EIUN2zQArz
GOD LEVEL https://t.co/SYskOGuqKt
Another said, “As you can see that they are young, that with presbyopia is illegible.”
One Twitter user who replied to the post claimed to be a friend of the student.
“Hello Yolanda. I know the author of that wonderful work perfectly. In fact, he has authorized me, ignoring his name, logically, to show you some more that he still keeps at home. The technique used by the artist, as he himself tells me, was to replace the graphite lead of a mechanical pencil with a needle, which made it super easy for him to etch the pen,” said the user.
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