Sure who can't say that we haven't done the same during a lock-in...
A squirrel who managed to gain access to a members' club in Worcestershire did exactly what you might expect: got drunk and caused around £300 worth of damage. When Sam Boulter, the secretary of Honeybourne Railway Club, came in the next morning, he thought that there had been a burglary and was about to call the cops, when he discovered the real culprit.
The floor was covered in broken bottles of beer, and he stated that the place had been "totally ransacked", but when a squirrel staggered out from behind a box of crisps, he realised who was the guilty party. Speaking to BBC News, Boulter said "there were bottles scattered around, money scattered around and he had obviously run across the bar's pumps and managed to turn on the Caffrey's tap. He must have flung himself on the handle and drank some as he was staggering around all over the place and moving a bit slowly."
Obviously a bit of a lightweight, Boulter described the squirrel as "sozzled and looked a bit worse for wear", but that he was eventually able to catch him in waste paper bin and release him out the window.
Obviosuly, the internet has been having some fun with the story.
First the marauding fox and now the drunk squirrel. Nature is turning on provincial members' clubs.
— Mall Priffick (@MallPriffick) July 17, 2015
You'd have to be a drunk squirrel to want to drink Caffrey's in the first place http://t.co/ReQgpmjwoW
— Justin Horton (@ejhchess) July 16, 2015
— kirstsukki (@RYUKOMATOl) July 17, 2015