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A nightclub is hiring out GoPros and harnesses to punters who struggle to remember what they got up to on a big night out.
ATIK, in Colchester, is giving its customers the chance to record their entire night out so they can watch over it the next day to fill in any blanks.
And, for an additional fee, they'll even edit you your own personal highlight reel.
Posting on Facebook, the club wrote: "Do you or your friends suffer from memory loss after a night out? We got you!
"This summer you will be able to hire a GoPro and harness to record the whole of your night out, for an additional fee we will edit together your highlights! GoPro or Go Home!"
I personally can't think of anything worse than watching back what I did while I'm bevvied, but it seems as though patrons of ATIK are very keen.
Responding to the post, one person wrote: "I'd live for watching this back."
Another commented: "The moment I've been waiting for."
While a third added: "This would be f****** hilarious on out nights."
Tagging a pal, one woman wrote: "We might actually remember a night out."
But not everyone was as bowled over by the idea, with one person saying: "Watching that back would be worse than the actual beer fear."
However, if you want to drink and still be able to remember your night out, then it's probably best to make sure you eat before you start drinking.
According to experts at online doctor website Zava, drinking on an empty tum probably isn't the best idea, as it wreaks havoc with your blood-alcohol levels.
Dr Simran Deo, a doctor at Zava, told LADbible: "Some studies have found the blood alcohol levels achieved on drinking on an empty stomach can be up to 4 times higher than after eating."
Deo explained: "On an empty stomach the blood alcohol levels tend to reach their highest about one hour after drinking and this then reduces over the next 4 hours.
"When food is present in the stomach it reduces the absorption of alcohol by slowing down the processes used in emptying it."
So there you go.
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