The gross act Taylor Swift fans are willing to do not to miss a second of her Melbourne concerts as she heads to Australia for Eras Tour

With less than a month until Taylor Swift kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour, excitement is building for fans of the singer.

And Swifties are coming up with bizarre ‘hacks’ to maximize their experience at the concerts, including one very gross proposal.

One ticket holder in Melbourne posted on a fan forum and suggested that ‘adult diapers’ might be a good idea to ensure they don’t miss any songs while waiting in line for the toilet.

Bit of a silly question, going to Melbourne N1. Anyone considering using an adult diaper? I just REALLY don’t want to miss a second of it,’ the anonymous post asked.

This suggestion sparked a lively discussion, not only on the subject of absorbent underwear, but also on the challenging decision of which songs can be forfeited while nature calls.

With less than a month until Taylor Swift (pictured) kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour, Swifties are coming up with bizarre 'hacks' to maximize their experience at the concerts

With less than a month until Taylor Swift (pictured) kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour, Swifties are coming up with bizarre ‘hacks’ to maximize their experience at the concerts

Some argued Shake It Off was the ideal toilet break song, while others thought songs from the Evermore or Folklore era could be missed.

Meanwhile, some fans heaped praise on the unique diaper idea while others wondered if it was a serious post.

The Eras show is an extremely long stadium spectacular, with a set list of 44 songs and a running time of almost three and a half hours.

So ‘keeping it in’ may not be an option for some.

It comes as organizers of the tour worry about the 15,000 fans estimated to arrive despite not having tickets to see the pop star’s sold-out shows.

One ticket holder in Melbourne posted a rough idea on a fan forum: 'Anyone consider saving a nappy for adults?  I just REALLY don't want to miss a second of it'

One ticket holder in Melbourne posted a rough idea on a fan forum: ‘Anyone consider saving a nappy for adults? I just REALLY don’t want to miss a second of it’

Venues NSW has warned ticketless fanatics to stay away from the stadium to avoid crowd management problems, reports The Daily Telegraph on Sunday.

A spokesperson said that fans who missed out on tickets should not try to ‘catch the atmosphere’ outside as they probably won’t hear any songs anyway.

Meanwhile, Transport NSW co-ordinator-general Howard Collins said the city would be ‘preparing for the inevitable’.

“What we’ve found with other popular music venues where people can’t get tickets, people just show up to enjoy the atmosphere, and you can’t stop them other than crowd management,” he said.

“We are not encouraging ticketless fans to attend, but part of our contingency plan is allowing for extra people who may travel who don’t have tickets.”

But despite warnings from the NSW Government, businesses are said to be rolling out the welcome mat for all of Taylor’s fans, regardless of whether they have tickets.

Paul Nicolaou, executive director of Business Sydney, said: ‘Regardless of their ticket status, Sydney should put up the welcome sign for the Swifties as they will all contribute to our city in some way.’

Some argued Shake It Off was the ideal toilet break song, while others thought songs from the Evermore or Folklore era could be missed.  Fans are pictured at Swift's concert

Some argued Shake It Off was the ideal toilet break song, while others thought songs from the Evermore or Folklore era could be missed. Fans are pictured at Swift’s concert