On April 16th, Sun Mou charged the mobile phone to a friend's car after a meal. Due to an operation error, the vehicle rushed into the hotel lobby, causing three minor injuries. Sun Mou was tested for drunkenness. The case is under further processing.
At first the blonde woman, believed to be British, appears to be joking while drunkenly spinning around and whooping, before she stunned onlookers by executing three perfectly timed bare-footed backflips
An English police department posted this footage from the dash cam of a drunk driver who crashed into a parked car because they wanted "to highlight the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol." Consider us duly terrified.
A woman was pinned down in the street by police officers after she was allegedly thown out of a busy night club for dancing on the bar and punching a bouncer.
Trouble first broke out in Liverpool's Coyote Ugly - which takes its name from the 2000 film about barmaids who dance on the bar - when the woman allegedly climbed onto the surface and asked to get off by a doorman.
She is then understood to have punched the bouncer and been thrown out by security staff, the Liverpool Echo reports.
A Merseyside Police spokeswoman said: “A woman was dancing on the bar and the bouncer told her to stop, but she punched him.”
A video of the aftermath of that incident was uploaded onto Facebook showing the woman’s supporters screaming at officers restraining her to let her go.
A drunk man who challenged a foreign passenger for drinking beer on a train told him "abide by English laws or get out" in an astonishing rant.
The suited man, who appears to be in his 30s, admitted he had been drinking before boarding the train as he rowed with a passenger, who describes himself as a "Polish boy from Russia", sat next to him on a late-night service from London Liverpool Street to Romford last Thursday.
Extraordinary video, which was filmed by a witness, shows the man confronted the foreign national, who was filmed drinking from a beer bottle in full view of stunned travellers as a TfL Rail train stopped at Maryland.
In the footage, the man tells him that drinking alcohol is forbidden on the train and says the rules are displayed in the carriage.
Transport for London banned passengers from drinking from and carrying open containers of alcohol from its public transport services in June 2008 under then Mayor Boris Johnson.