Video: The greatest drunk walk of all-time

I mean, the following video is nuts. Just absolutely crazy.

We've all had too much to drink at one point or another. Let's just get that out in the open.

But one 40-something Londoner clearly had one too many adult beverages recently at a Savoy Hotel theatre awards show after he fell over in front of guests, including Sir Ian McKellen and Liam Neeson. As showcased in the footage below, he couldn't get his act together on the flight of stairs behind the posh hotel at 2 a.m. when he was trying to get home.

The man's acrobatic tumble down the stairs was just the beginning. He proceeds to blow his nose on toilet paper before staggering around bleeding for more than six minutes. Watch and enjoy.

And don't worry, ultimately the man went unharmed. In fact, he returned to the Savoy and asked if his missing wallet and jacket had been handed in.

Video courtesy of The Sun.

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