I think we've all had many nights looking back where we admit that we probably had a tad too much to drink.
Well, these two lads did something a lot of us wouldn't even dream of - even when under the influence of alcohol.
They enjoyed the nightclub they were partying in that much, they decided to sleep on its roof rather than call it a night and head home.
Yep, that's right.
I mean, we've all done some silly things while out with mates, but this has surely got to be up there with the most outlandish.
The two men - who were not named by officials - were caught having a nap on top of a nightclub in Lincoln just before 5:30am on Sunday (2 April).
Either these two lads forgot about the mandatory kebab, or they were up there enjoying it before they passed out.
Staff at the nightclub spotted the sleepers on top of the roof so they rang the police, concerned for the lads' safety.
Drones were then deployed by Lincolnshire Police who spotted the two men and guided them to safety.
Alongside the drones, Staff from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue also helped with the rescue mission of the drunk men.
As per ITV, Kev Taylor, Chief Drone Pilot at Lincolnshire Police, said: "The footage shows how we can use this technology to keep people safe and fight crime.
"It was a busy evening last night and this is just one example of keeping people safe.
"Drones really support police work by offering that eye in sky view that helps officers on the ground."
Police added that no arrests were made in the incident, so the two men obviously got home safe and sound.
Perhaps a few less jägerbombs next night out though, lads?
In other drunken stories that many would like to forget, remember the lad that got into the house a fair few hours after he was meant to, fessing up to his mum via to their doorbell camera?
Josh Draper from Leigh, Greater Manchester, had only intended on going out for a few bevvies on a Saturday night last month - but as we all know, it rarely ever is just a few.
Draper's mum Suzi Draper had asked him to be home by 9pm as she didn't want him to be hungover the day before starting a new job.
However, rather than follow his curfew, Josh ended up pregaming nearby before going out clubbing in Bolton and then Manchester, finally making it home by 5.56am.
Words by Callum Jones