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Other witnesses had claimed Moyes lost his temper after being abused by a group of drunks shortly before he entered the bar.
The football had been on and there was this group of drunks and I ended up with one of them on my lap.
I wanted to wait for less cloud coverage, but my equipment attracted the attention of a group of drunks, on their way home from a good night out, who thought they would make a better picture than the moon.
I took my children for a walk one Saturday afternoon and was confronted by a group of drunks lying on the pavement,' said Mrs Gardner, 43.
Sitting through this film is like watching a group of drunks when you're sober - they think everything's hilarious but you aren't entertained at all.
At a post-racing concert by the decidedly foxy Katherine Jenkins on Wednesday, older racegoers who remonstrated with a group of drunks making an obscene racket were given dog's abuse and threats when they asked for a bit if hush.
On the next call out, Patrick's goings on nearly gets the team into trouble with a group of drunks concerned about their friend.
From behind stage, through the loudspeaker system, Jim told the audience there was a group of drunks from Murphy's pub in the audience out to cause trouble and spoil the show.