Zac Efron appeared to marvel at the Bottoms Up beer-pouring technology at Tottenham’s new stadium while attending their game against Brighton.
Speaking to a pal, the celebrity actor seems from his hand gestures to be talking enthusiastically about how the beers fill up from the bottom.
Zac Efron is 100% raving about how the beers at Spurs' new stadium fill up from the bottom. And rightly so pic.twitter.com/UddpFT0I3w
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) April 23, 2019
According to its makers, the service machine is capable of “multiple servings simultaneously at a rate that is nine times faster than a traditional tap”.
It also means that staff do not have to fill it up manually.
Zac Efron at the spurs game for some reason. Reckon if it stays nil all til half time he'll leg it down to the changing rooms for a lil throwback Getcha Head In The Game pic.twitter.com/2SCSXES8Fb
— Aliardo Skeffington (@TheSkeffington) April 23, 2019
Efron took in Tuesday night’s match while in London to promote Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, in which he plays the serial killer.
He will have been less impressed by the game itself, in which Spurs needed a late Christian Eriksen goal to beat the relegation-battling Seagulls 1-0.