Bleary-eyed drinkers roll out of bars in Birmingham

  • Revellers hit the streets of Birmingham city centre to enjoy the last Bank Holiday weekend before Christmas 
  • Clubgoers were pictured slumped in streets corners while others were pictures staggering along with mates
  •  Some were seen twerking on a car bonnet, getting piggybacks from mates and being sick behind some trees 

Britain’s insatiable thirst for alcohol could not be more apparent than it is on the streets of Birmingham this Bank Holiday weekend. 

Revellers hit the streets — and hit them hard, staggering through roads, chanting and enjoying the hot weather. 

Clubgoers were pictured slumped in street corners while were snapped vomiting into the gutter under the supervision of friends. 

Some were seen twerking on a car bonnet, getting piggybacks off their friends as well as being sick behind trees.

Revellers hit the streets — and hit them hard, staggering through roads, chanting and enjoying the hot weather. Three young women are pictured heading to the next spot 

Revellers hit the streets — and hit them hard, staggering through roads, chanting and enjoying the hot weather. Three young women are pictured heading to the next spot 

A young man pictured left relieves his friend of the pain caused by walking in high heels

A young man pictured left relieves his friend of the pain caused by walking in high heels

A young man pictured left relieves his friend of the pain caused by walking in high heels.A young man pictured left relieves his friend of the pain caused by walking in high heels

Police officers try to diffuse an an incident between two groups of revellers vying to get into the same taxi in Birmingham city centre last night 

Police officers try to diffuse an an incident between two groups of revellers vying to get into the same taxi in Birmingham city centre last night 

A man carries a woman away from the nightclub strip in Birmingham city centre after a night out on the town

A man carries a woman away from the nightclub strip in Birmingham city centre after a night out on the town

A caring mate offers his poorly friend a bottle of water while he vomits into the street in Birmingham City Centre last night during the Bank Holiday weekend 

A caring mate offers his poorly friend a bottle of water while he vomits into the street in Birmingham City Centre last night during the Bank Holiday weekend 

 There were 21,860 alcohol related hospital admissions in Birmingham in 2014-15, encompassing everything from acute intoxication and withdrawal to liver disease.

And more than 3,000 people in the city were being prescribed drugs to help them off booze in 2015-16. 

Britain’s bleary-eyed affair with booze does not seem to be changing any time soon, as these late-night pictures prove. 

This man is pictured with his hands and face covered in blood as he explains something to a friend in the early hours of Monday morning

This man is pictured with his hands and face covered in blood as he explains something to a friend in the early hours of Monday morning

A woman protects her modesty as she is picked up and carried by a friend on Broad Street in Birmingham as people enjoy an extra day off during the last Bank Holiday before Christmas

An all partied-out man is escorted to a taxi by mates

A woman protects her modesty as she is picked up and carried by a friend on Broad Street in Birmingham as people enjoy an extra day off during the last Bank Holiday before Christmas. Right, an all partied-out man is escorted to a taxi by mates 

 

An ambulance waits outside Birmingham's superclub, PRYZM as revellers make their way home from the city centre

An ambulance waits outside Birmingham’s superclub, PRYZM as revellers make their way home from the city centre

Time to go home... a man helps his friend while he vomits behind a tree and right

a woman checks her phone while clutching a box of chips

 Time to go home… a man helps his friend while he vomits behind a tree and right, a woman checks her phone while clutching a box of chips

Friendly West Midlands Police officers allow two young women to wear their helmets on the August Bank Holiday weekend in Birmingham

Friendly West Midlands Police officers allow two young women to wear their helmets on the August Bank Holiday weekend in Birmingham






Courtesy: Daily Mail Online

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