Bless me Father, for I have GINNED! Hangover photo competition reveals hilarious snaps of regretful drinkers – and the winner is a nauseous NUN
- A vomiting ‘nun’ has won the UK’s Most Outrageous Hungover Resident contest
- A man called Arthur, who sported an elephant onesie, came in second place
- While a snap of a woman burying her face in a box of Budweiser took third place
- Other entries included a lady asleep in a park, and one who wept as she drank
- It was run by Survivor, who make supplements to minimise alcohol damage
Everyone knows the feeling of waking up after a night of drinking feeling nauseous and filled with shame about the night before.
And nobody knows that feeling better than the regretful drinkers who were shortlisted for the UK’s Most Outrageous Hungover Resident competition.
From a woman who was stuffed inside a suitcase to a drunken women who fell asleep on the train floor with a glitzy face covering over her eyes, these Britons definitely earned their ranking in the contest.
Nobody knows the dreaded feeling of an awful hangover better than a vomiting ‘nun’, who was crowned as the winner of the UK’s Most Outrageous Hungover Resident competition. The picture was taken by a man named Neil of his wife, leaning over the toilet with a toothbrush, after a night on the town in Rome
While a man called Arthur came in second place, as a hilarious snap saw him sprawled across the floor sporting an elephant onesie, surrounded by empty beer bottles and dirty snaps
But it was an amusing picture of a vomiting ‘nun’, hilariously titled Mother Teresa, who was ultimately crowned as the UK’s most outrageous drinker.
The winning snap showed a woman feeling rather delicate as she wore bed sheets draped over her head, bearing a resemblance to a nun’s habit, while crouching over a toilet seat clutching her toothbrush.
The hungover scene was caught on camera by the unnamed woman’s husband Neil, who found her sitting on the bathroom floor after a lively night out in Rome, Italy.
Neil explained: ‘Ended up drinking with the locals. I found her like this the next morning.’
A man called Arthur came in second place, as a hilarious snap saw him sprawled across the floor sporting an elephant onesie, surrounded by empty beer bottles and dirty snaps.
His regretful face looked up at the camera from underneath his faux-trunk, but Arthur has since admitted that he has no memory of the ‘carnage’.
While an unwell woman called Natalie managed to seize third place, with a snap showing her face buried inside a crate of Budweiser beer as she bizarrely carried an electric fan
Another drinker who was shortlisted from the 2,000 applicants was a man who strangely fell asleep covered in Mug Shot packets, flowers and was jokingly given a fake ‘third leg’
While an unwell woman called Natalie managed to seize third place, sharing a candid snap of herself with her head buried inside a crate of Budweiser beer.
As well as carrying an array of bags, she was bizarrely walking with an electric fan as she paused to double-up over the beer box during her hungover ‘walk of shame’.
Explaining the presence of her fan, Natalie said: ‘I sleep with a fan every night. This was me leaving my friend’s the next day with the worst hangover known to man.’
But their hungover shame has now been rewarded as they beat more than 2,000 applicants in the competition, which was run by Survivor, the creator of a dietary supplement designed to minimise the damage caused to the body by alcohol.
And they will be prepared for any further hungover days as Neil bagged a year’s supply of Survivor’s products worth £335, while Arthur won a six-month of supply of the products worth £168, and Natalie was given a two-month supply worth £84.
Other entries to the competition, who announced the winners in December, included a woman who fell asleep in a park, and other who wept as she tried to stomach a drink on a hangover
From a woman who was stuffed inside a suitcase to a woman who tried to stomach a beverage after sleeping on the sofa, these Brits definitely earned their ranking in the competition
Another hilarious snaps that missed out on the top price was a tired women who was tucked up in bed wearing a tiara and surrounded by a bottle of wine and a half-eaten pizza
Other entries to the contest, whose winners were announced in December, included one woman who fell asleep in a park, and another who wept as she tried to stomach a drink after sleeping on a sofa.
Another hilarious snap saw a tipsy women fast asleep curled up inside a cramped suitcase while still fully dressed in her high-heels and glad-rags.
One snap saw one drunken woman unable to make it home before falling asleep, as she had a speedy nap on the floor of a train, using her rainbow handbag as a pillow and her glitzy face covering as an eye mask.
Perfectly summing up the regrets of a night of heavy drinking, one picture showed a receipt for a JustEat food delivery, which desperately read: ‘Absolutely dying, please send help.
Other hilarious snaps that missed out on the top price included a women tucked up in bed wearing a tiara and surrounded by a bottle of wine and a half-eaten pizza, and a bleary-eyed women who took a selfie with her smudged make-up on.
These Brits have shared their pain the competition, which was run by Survivor, the creator of a dietary supplement designed to minimise the damage caused to the body by alcohol. Pictured: a bleary-eyed woman taking a selfie and a drunken woman asleep on the train’s floor
And one picture perfectly summed up the regrets of a heavy-night drinking, as a receipt for a JustEat food delivery desperately read: ‘Absolutely dying, please send help
Co-founder and CEO of Survivor Laurence Cardwell said: ‘We’ve all had moments where we regret the night before and have, on occasion, sent our friends a terrible selfie of our current state; maybe friends snapped it themselves as future collateral.
‘We were amazed at just how many submissions we had for this competition but are pleased to have finally crowned Neil’s wife as having had the UK’s Most Outrageous Hangover.
‘We had a lot of fun going through the submissions and could not believe how many people, midway through throwing up, think to grab their phones and take a selfie.
‘Or how many people find themselves sleeping in the most peculiar of places, which they no doubt considered comfortable at the time.
‘No doubt thousands are missing the nights out with their friends that ended with an embarrassing story or two, and we hope it won’t be too much longer until friends can be reunited.’
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