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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.
C[yen] Economou said Ayia Napa was a party town but that you wouldnCOt find yourself being attacked by a group of drunks.
They are a group of drunks, depressives, drongos and madmen, thrown together under the watchful eye of a former top-flight footballer in the hope of being transformed into a half-decent side.
On the next call out, Patrick's goings on nearly gets the team into trouble with a group of drunks concerned about their friend.
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.
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.
And an 18-year-old girl researcher was set upon by a group of drunks trying to gatecrash the Trisha show.
A GROUP of drunks who gather in a graveyard have asked church officials to stop ringing the bells so loudly as it's ruining their get-togethers Verger Geoffrey Hall said he was astonished when they marched up and asked him to do something about the bell ringers' practice sessions at St Peter's Church in South Croydon, Surrey.