Anyone who's been faced with a difficult test has at least been tempted to scribble some notes on their hand, or maybe try to stuff a small answer key under their watch. But a high school student in Kazakhstan (yup, that Kazakhstan) took the cheat sheet concept to what should be its ridiculous conclusion when he was caught with 35-feet of crib sheet during an university entrance exam.

Apparently the cheater tried to hide his expansive contraband by wrapping it around his body. However, an exam proctor noticed he was doing a lot of fiddling with his clothes and his ambitious plot was foiled before the exam even begin.

The cheat sheet contained 25,000 potential answers to questions.

Echoing what we're all thinking, Kazakhstan education authority spokesman Bolatzhan Uskenbayev had this to say:

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. It's a pity to see all that work come to nothing but he cheated, and that's not allowed."

There's got to be a 'Borat' joke in here somewhere.