Some people will go to extraordinary lengths to get their pint. However, one woman went further than most when she braved a mass brawl to make her way to the bar.
The shocking footage was taken outside the William Dampier in Yeovil, on Sunday morning.
As the chaos unfolds the small, elderly woman emerges from the mix of bodies, wearing a hat and a colourful coat, before calmly making her way through the violent melee of bouncers and drunken customers.
If you blink you might miss it, but one eagle-eyed viewer spotted the brave woman, joking after it was uploaded online: "Anyone else see this little old lady at 42 seconds? NOBODY is stopping her getting her drink!"
The three-minute clip starts out with one punter being held back, while another member of security tussles with a man in the distance.
But as it goes on the fight becomes more aggressive with a mass of bodies clashing at the entrance to the pub, as the bouncers form a line across the doorway.
The woman braved the mass brawl to make her way to the bar. Credit: Facebook
Following the short scuffle, the customers try and get back into the pub but are given short shrift by staff who are determined to keep them out.
One of the bouncers can even be seen picking up a pint pot after one of the men swears in his face.
But after waving the glass around, one of his colleague quickly grabs it and pulls him back into the pub.
Unable to get in, the three men eventually give up and retreat, but as they walk away from the pub the crowd begin jeering and the disgruntled customers get a second wind and make yet another attempt at entry.
One of the men throws himself violently at the crowd stood in the doorway, before breaking off into another fight with other customers outside the pub.
The violence spilled out onto the street as two men tried to get back into the pub. Credit: Facebook
Officers fro Avon & Somerset Police then arrive and the group of men make a run for it.
According to reports, the incredible footage was posted on social media and has been watched more than 48,000 times.
Avon and Somerset Police told the Daily Mail: "We were called at 1am yesterday (Sunday Feb 10) to reports of disorder on Middle Street in Taunton involving at least six people.
"Enquiries are underway and two men have been arrested and released under investigation.
"Anyone with information should call 101 and quote reference number 5219029513."
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