• Paul

    Beer beer beer beer…beer beer beer beer….vodka…beer beer beer…whisky

  • Musashi

    Extreme drunken parkour!!!

  • Josh Gorter

    Looked real until the end.

    • McBeastie

      Could you tell by the pixels?

    • thechevron

      the bit at :47 looks like a movie set aswell

    • london

      Looks like it is footage from CCTV cameras to me…why wouldn't it be real

  • Duff Man

    He needs MOAAAR!

  • Bazingo

    This is how the average Russian goes to work. ZZZZING.

    • Rostislav

      WTF ! this dickface is obviously not Russian but a white trash pommie.He can't drink with the big boys.

  • Cooppp

    England's finest CCTV at your service.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1521541108 cmonstur

    At 20s he moves just like a slinky. It's impressive really.

    • DweebsterDeluxe

      Agreed. But he should have done it from the top.

    • http://www.facebook.com/Gingergreek Pani Booyah

      HAHAHAA I know right?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ryan-Kelly/1578675403 Ryan Kelly

    Epic plank at 00:22

  • http://twitter.com/tonydeli7 @tonydeli7

    Roll your way home..!

  • http://thechive.com/ Paula_

    This looks surprisingly similar to how my Rohypnol victims leave my cave when I'm done with them…

    Hugs,
    Paula
    – care for a free drink?

    • DaddyD

      Only way you're going to get any …

      • http://thechive.com/ Paula_

        Exactly! But I get SO much more action and variation than you…

        Hugs,
        Paula
        – care for a free drink?

  • DweebsterDeluxe

    Funny thing is, he probably lived next door to wherever it is he got drunk!

  • xXbeermonkeyXx

    his severe head trauma happened a few hours before falling down these stairs. alcohol is one hell of a drug, eheheh

  • acadea

    so… agent 47 had a rough night

    • Jessica Condrey

      lol I was thinking he looked like a drunk Hitman too ;D

  • Nathanial Hörnblowér

    yes, odd that there were not only cameras on every street he walked on, but they followed him as well, zooming at times.

    fake.

    • Mike

      nope thats just England's CCTV, its borderline spooky how many cams we got.

      • ranD

        WATCHED i get. but zooming in and out and following him? seemed odd….

        • MichaelD

          Most new camera systems have algorithms built in to focus on people acting strangely. This includes pacing, but it would also catch this. Especially since there was no one else in view.

    • Dave

      That's England for you, their streets are the most watched in the world by CCTV.

  • Jim

    Funny how they were able to track him as he stumbled along yet sent no one to help him. Fuck big brother, public safety my ass!

  • Demarco

    I am glad that I haven't found myself on the internet, yet.

    • Just Sayin'

      I'm still waiting for the day i see myself in the "So you got wasted…" threads.

      I hate my friends.

  • Chubby

    faaaaaaaaake

    • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randy Gallegos

      they can all thumb you down but im still thinking the same myself. camera's on the street i get, but following and zooming in and out? seemed to planned….

      • Pete

        Nah, as someone else said above, we have cameras everywhere. Some are "smart" and automatically follow erratic movements. Some cameras are manned and a security person can control the camera. Some even have speakers, so the security person can talk through the camera (not that many though – I've never seen one).

        Damn scary stuff. Several studies have shown people "feel" safer because they're there, but they don't actually increase safety.

    • john v.

      I was kinda thinking the same thing, but the face plant over the stairway rail had to hurt. I couldn't see anyone intentionally doing that. Regardless, it's funny.

  • bbob

    LOL Messed his face up real good.
    Good find Patty

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Roberto-Barreiro/100000002013938 Roberto Barreiro

    at least e was being watched, if he injured himself really bad or was mugged the cctv "big Brother" would be helpfull, i wish we had those cameras in my hometown

    • 4everDistracted

      Careful what you wish for…

    • Joel

      Big brother wouldnt do anything if you were mugged… the muggers would probably get a copy of the video and put it on their Youtube portfolio.

      This is downright scary – if they put these cameras where I live then i'm moving.

      What if an extremist regime comes in power after we willingly set up an infrastructure where we can be tracked 24/7 with facial recognition software? Yea, your prettymuch fucked.

      • AnyoneForCoffee

        Put the coffee down and step away.

        Put. the. Coffee. Down. And. Step. Away,

      • Take-me-2-ur-leader

        Isn't this the same system that triangulates gun shot via microphone? Take the good for the bad I guess but whats the difference if "they" are watching public streets through a lens at all times or if there were a cop stationed on every corner. Would you cry big brother if that were the case or would the city be hailed for its safety? I suppose the fear of an extremist regime is an argument but what if it were aliens instead?

        • Joel

          A cop on every corner would be great… thats a much better alternative to creating a permanent trail.

          Every time you drive by one of the cameras they store an image of your car and license plate so theres always a record of where you have been and, with future processing power,they will make connections about who you communicate with.

          There is no "Clear history" button with a national database… there certainly is one with a harassing cop.

      • The Government

        Joel, we are tracking you across the internet now. Will be sending a helicopter soon.

    • Jake rootdeep

      I just carry a .45 cuz I'm Merican! Hell YA! PA-POW!

      • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randy Gallegos

        "are you saying pow?"

  • Birdhaus32

    B, Double Em Double R, U N. BEERRUN!!!

    • Parkatola

      BMMRUN?

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1462867918 Deanne Toledo Catalano

        all you need is a ten and a five a car and a key and a sober…….welp…there goes that one 😉

  • bez

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3624317/Drunks...

    "The mystery reveller was thrown out of the theatre awards do, hosted by Stephen Fry, after he fell over in front of guests including Sir Ian McKellen and Liam Neeson."

    • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randy Gallegos

      that "newspaper" is known for writing fake and made up tabloid BS, so why would anyone believe this is ANYTHING BUT a publicity stunt for the paper? notice the giant SUN sign in the video cause it HAPPENS to be next to THEIR building and THEY break the story? cmon! if we jump on photoshopped pics so much we should be able to see this for what it is, total bullshit.

      • jamiebooks

        i have been drunk many times and thi is no fake

  • V4Vendetta14

    "I think i brain my hurt…" H.Simpson

  • Joel

    This is downright scary. We're losing our rights.

    What if an extremist regime comes in power after we willingly set up an infrastructure where we can be tracked 24/7 with facial recognition software? Yea, your prettymuch fucked.

    • DistractedIndividual

      Only if you have something to hide…Or you could just move out of the city.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randy Gallegos

      if an "extremist regime" comes to power, we have a LOT more to worry about than cameras on street corners my friend….

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/PJ-Crittenden/649285690 PJ Crittenden

    It's in London. More friggin' cameras then any other city in the world, I reckon. He'd been kicked out of a celebrity event at some smart hotel.

    The main point to make, though, is… How many times have YOU not remembered your journey home after a night out drinking? That's probably what you looked like.

    • AnyoneForCoffee

      I live in London and I think the CCTVs are excellent. Whenever there is a report of a serious crime in the papers where the suspect is still at large, the report will often carry a very decent photo of said suspect and an appeal for information.

      A few days later, you will then read how the suspect has been arrested and charged. That video footage will then be used in court.

      If you can't have a copper wandering the streets, I'll happily take a CCTV. And personally, I can live with the 'intrusion'.

  • https://www.facebook.com/schulzen Federico Schulzen

    hahahahaha this is awesome, at least he didnt drive home!
    surely that was some epic night

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