During the One Direction Days, Louis Tomlinson did some twitcams where he talked about various things, but in one memorable one, he discussed a scam he used to pull when he was back at school and broke. He would go to Tesco and peel the labels off the "reduced" sandwiches and stick them on the sandwich he really wanted so he could get a discounted sandwich!
You can hear the whole story starting around 9:50 in the video below. He also mentions that prawn sandwiches with prawn crisps (chips) are "where the vibes are"!
Louis certainly doesn't have to worry about scamming a sandwich these days. Louis was named #5 on List of Richest Musicians under 30 in UK & Ireland, with an estimated wealth of £42 million ($56.8 million USD). He also is picking up a £4 million payday as a judge on X Factor this season. Louis also ranked #46 on Top 50 Highest-Paid Artists Per Lyric On Spotify In 2017.
Louis hasn't even put out his debut album yet, gone on tour, or put out merch - all of which could substantially increase his already impressive wealth.
Louis was spotted wearing his possible merchandise at the airport before he attended Firefly Festival. The joggers appear to feature the X-eyed smiley, for which Louis recently applied for a trademark.
Louis has been in the studio during his down time from X Factor finishing up his solo album, which will likely come out in 2019 with a single possibly dropping any time between now and the end of the year (with our best guess being near the X Factor Finale in December).