Clips are popping up on the site from users asking for tips on which shops are relaxed at checking identification.
TikTok does not allow videos related to underage alcohol consumption but users can get around this by using incorrect or clever spelling or phrasing.
Other videos up on the popular app from Melbourne teenagers show how to modify the birth date on electronic documents to appear older.
Police can charge minors with underage drinking but they often only issue cautions – but those who supply the alcohol are subject to large fines or even jail time.
Clips are popping up on TikTok with teenagers asking which bottle shops are relaxed at checking IDs (pictured)
The TikTok trend is sees under-agers ask where they can get alcohol while other clips who hacks to alter electronic documents (pictured)
In NSW, there is on on-the-spot penalty of $1,100 for anyone caught supplying alcohol to minors, while a court can order fines up to $11,000 or 12 months jail.
Liquor licensees or manager can also be barred from holding their license.
In Victoria, the on-the-spot fine is larger at $2,181 while licensees can be fined up to $19,343.
Tim Watt, whose company Gibber delivers alcohol awareness classes in schools told the Herald Sun it was important children didn’t began drinking until later when they were socially responsible and their education and development was not at risk.
‘The average Victorian teenager has their first drink at 17, so we have to improve on that. So we’re working with people as young as 13 to 1,’ he said.
Any business supplying alcohol to a minor could have their liquor licence reviewed (stock image)
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