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However, one drunk woman found herself drawing the short end of the stick when her disastrous return home from a night of fun was caught on her doorbell camera. Check out the video below:
Leoni Williamson, 20, said that she rented a bicycle in order to get home from a night out in Clapham, London, after partying the night away with her mates.
The front-door cam then captured the very moment she got home when her balance got the better of her. And it’s safe to say, she stacked it.
In the side-splitting clip, the woman declared she was home before tumbling off her bike and laughing alongside her friend.
Recalling the incident, Leoni explained how her friends and family also found the video tickled them, too.
“My friend and I laughed a lot,” she said.
“My family found it very funny, they laughed too. Everyone says they can’t stop watching it and it gets funnier each time.”
It comes just a month after a shirtless man made headlines after being caught on camera stealing a plant from a woman’s front garden.
Gemma Brady woke up on Friday (8 July) and was 'shocked' to discover that her beloved monkey puzzle tree had been stolen.
The 44-year-old nurse was even more surprised to find that the horticultural heist had been caught on her doorbell camera.
Footage from her front door camera showed a shirtless man striding into her front yard and walking away carrying the large plant.
He then showed up the next day to explain that he'd woken up to discover the tree in his living room and was very sorry that he'd stolen it.
Promising to bring it back later after he'd completed a few jobs, the man explained that he was 'f*****g steaming' when he decided to make off with Gemma's plant and take it back to his house.
Gemma said the entire affair had been 'ridiculous', and shared the footage of the horticultural heist online where it was quickly viewed by thousands of people.
The nurse suggested that she didn't entirely believe the man's story as: "It was 4.20 in the afternoon, he was wearing work clothes and my street isn’t on the way home from any pubs!"
She said: "He has been back since and said he was 'steaming' and his mate 'egged him on' but there is no way that was the case as he just carried it out with ease.
"He told me his wife had given him a telling off because he was all over Facebook."