CCTV Captures Moment Mum Gets Home After 'Quick Friends Lunch' Turned Into Six Hours On Cocktails
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Rebecca was only planning on a ‘quick lunch with friends’ but returned home six hours later after enjoying one-too-many cocktails.
Eagerly awaiting her return, husband Craig checked their CCTV camera after hearing Rebecca pull in.
However, he did not expect to find his wife resembling a ‘windmill’ - going round and round before falling in a heap to the ground. Ouch!
The video shows Rebecca successfully exiting her friend's car.
The trouble begins when she tries to make it to the front door, which was clearly too much for her cocktail-fuelled brain to handle.
After falling for what seems like an eternity, Rebecca finally faceplants on the floor, where she remains for a good while before someone runs to her rescue.
Having recorded the footage of her fall, Craig posted the video online with the caption: "This is my wife returning home after a supposed quick lunch with friends 7 hrs later.. But will she make it to the front door..."
The video inevitably went viral, with thousands of viewers sharing their thoughts on the hilarious clip.
One person joked: “Bottomless brunch has claimed another.”
A second pointed out that the woman ‘went round like a windmill’ before falling face first on the tarmac.
A third person added: "She thought she was going around the magic roundabout."
Last week, a woman went viral after getting wedged behind a sofa following a rowdy bottomless brunch over the Easter bank holiday.
Lindsey Clark had been celebrating her friend’s 47th birthday when the hilarious incident occurred.
Somehow, she managed to fully catapult herself upside down behind the back of the sofa just moments later, getting herself completely stuck.
Lindsey was trapped for a good ten minutes before being rescued by helpful restaurant staff and fortunately, she saw the funny side.
Appearing on This Morning, she said shocked bystanders were 'ready to call the fire brigade'.
Talking about newfound fame after the clip went viral, Lindsey said: “It's just mental. I mean, it is funny, but I didn't realise that it was going to be that funny.
“I always put stupid things on Facebook... I'm happy it's [gone] viral if people think it's funny.”