People Left In Stitches After Woman's Hilarious Drunken March Home Captured On CCTV
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On her way home after enjoying one drink too many, TikTok creator and mum Karen stumbled - quite literally - onto a viral sensation, with the clip of her tipsy totter home racked up 2.8 million views in under 24 hours.
The 40-second video has all the intrigue and excitement of a feature film, as the TikToker loses her balance and flies backwards, almost falling back out her front gate.
But, summoning the last of her strength and balance, Karen held herself together and marched boldly back up the garden path. But just when you might think she's going to make it, Karen takes one final stumble that lands her in the grass. What a rollercoaster!
Viewers were in hysterics over the side-splitting clip, and took to the comments section to discuss the masterpiece they had just watched.
"Her feet wanted to go back to the party," joked one user, after watching Karen's wobble.
"That damn path turned into a moving conveyer belt," another added.
"Thought you were going back out the gate the first time," noted a third.
"This is one of them nights where you wake [up] wondering where all the bruises come from," commented a fourth.
And a fifth cheekily penned: "Nice interpretative dance, very imaginative. I score 8.5/10."
Others were more focused on Karen's impressive recovery.
"Love how she gets back up and finishes her triumphant march," praised one viewer.
"Got to love the determination," wrote a second.
"I’m so proud of you! For a second I really didn’t think you’d make it to the door," a third added.
And plenty more viewers were eager to assure Karen that they had been there before. We all have!
Previously, we told you about another woman, Rebecca, who was caught on her CCTV camera coming home from a 'quick lunch with friends' that turned into seven hours of cocktails.
But rather than the soft garden grass cushioning her fall like Karen, Rebecca found herself lying on the tarmac. Yikes!
Having recorded the footage of her fall, Rebecca's husband Craig posted the video online, writing: "This is my wife returning home after a supposed quick lunch with friends 7 hrs later.. But will she make it to the front door..."