A UK man gave a hangover a whole new meaning after he was caught hanging from a stranger's fence in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Craig Strathie, 26, was snapped dangling from a property's fence by his trousers' zipper after getting stuck while stumbling home.
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Strathie, a barman, reportedly yelled out "my mum is going to kill me" as he was detangled by two passers-by in the morning.
Although being stuck to a stranger's fence may sound like a night to remember, Strathie told The Scottish Sun he had no recollection of his gaffe - until visual evidence jogged his memory.
"I've got no idea of the logistics of how I ended up like that. I went on Facebook... then saw a few pictures. It's weird," he told the publication.
"I like a vodka or two but I've never ended up in a situation like this."
Strathie said he spent the night drinking at a friend's place before endeavouring to walk home.
This isn't Strathie's first encounter with social media fame. He once went viral after describing a missing backpacker in Australia as being "built like a garden gnome", The Scottish Sun reports.
"If you can't laugh at yourself there's no point," he said.
Strathie said he was perfectly fine following the incident - except down a pair of trousers.