A high school student in Kazakhstan takes cheating to the extreme with a 35-foot-long cheat sheet filled with more than 25,000 answers.
Examiners discovered the sheet wrapped around the student's body after they noticed him fiddling around in his clothing before the start of a university entrance exam, the Austrian Times reported.
Under his shirt they found a chain of computer print-outs containing potential answers to the exam's five topics of math, history, Russian, Kazhak and another subject of the student's choice, according to the Times.
"If he'd put half as much effort into studying as he did into cheating he would have sailed through the exam with a distinction," education authority spokesman Bolatzhan Uskenbayev said. "It's a pity too see all that work come to nothing but he cheated, and that's not allowed."