|Also Known As||Sidney Smurf (birth name)|
The Master Of Unlocking
Schtroumpf Sournoises (Schtroumpf translation)
|Nationality||Smurf Village, unknown clan|
|Occupation||Spy, pervert, lockpicker|
|Marital Status||Presently single|
|Universe||Empath: The Luckiest Smurf|
|Name Translation of Sneaky Smurf|
"I bet you can't find out what I've been smurfing lately."
Sidney "Sneaky" Smurf is a Smurf character who is part of the EMPATH: The Luckiest Smurf story series.
He is a Smurf who likes to get his fellow Smurfs to do what they normally shouldn't do while playing innocent, although it doesn't always work in his favor. He is also a bit of a pervert, as he enjoys trying to get a peek at Smurfette getting undressed. One of his favorite things to do is have open conversations with Jokey that make others think they were making suggestive comments about ordinary things.
One notable incident Sneaky was involved in was breaking into Tapper's Tavern during Hug-A-Smurf Day when the tavern was designated a "No Hug Zone" for Grouchy and trying to force a hug on Grouchy, only to be stopped by Grouchy himself. This made Papa Smurf enact a new law for Hug-A-Smurf Day that all hugs on the day must be consensual.
Apart from engaging in behaviors against his fellow Smurfs that would constantly see him punished, Sneaky does care enough for his fellow Smurfs to help protect them in times of danger.
He works as a spy watching out for any activity that the Smurfs' enemies, mainly Gargamel (until Empath drove him out of the forest), would dare to engage in that would be harmful to them. He is also very skilled in the art of lockpicking, which he uses at various occasions to break into locked objects and places not sealed with magical locks, which earned him the moniker "The Master Of Unlocking."
In Sophia Smurfette's story "The Once And Smurfy King", Sneaky served the role of being part of a secret "underground railroad" that smuggled Smurfs that wanted to join the rebellion out of the Smurf Village.
- The moniker "The Master Of Unlocking" is a reference to a similar title given to Jill Valentine in the first Resident Evil video game.