After a stunt goes wrong, a woman's boozy lunch ends in tragedy.
A woman who filmed her boozy brunch in a now-viral TikTok video appears unrecognizable following the failure of her stunt.
It's all fun and games until someone is harmed – in this case, Autumn Cathey during a particularly boozy bottomless brunch with friends.
The 26-year-old from Delaware, United States of America, uploaded a now-viral TikTok video showing her enjoying drinks with family and friends before losing her front teeth in a grisly mimosa-fueled crash.
Autumn is seen in the clip frequently updating viewers on the group's drinking progress, with her condition of sobriety diminishing with each update.
“I believe this is me after six mimosas,” she chuckles at the camera.
“This is me after seven mimosas,” she continues, her face serious.
Additionally, the clip shows friends and family bragging about their own alcohol use.
“This is me after eight mimosas,” one gentleman screams at the camera while sipping a beverage.
Another guy, who appears to be sober, claims to have consumed "two flights of mimosas."
Following the group's drinking overview, the clip cuts to Autumn jumping onto the shoulders of one of her male friends as they leave the pub.
“Shut up, I'm recording,” a friend is heard saying before adding, "Oh sh*t, she's getting on his shoulders."
“This is so not good,” another observer exclaims.
The guy is seen walking around with a drink in one hand while Autumn is seen laughing on his shoulders.
However, the clip cuts to a weeping Autumn in the passenger seat of a car, blood spattered on her chin and several teeth missing.
“It's all right, it's all right,” a woman is overheard telling the 26-year-old.
Autumn, who appears to be weeping, manages to give the camera a gummy smile.
After being posted through various social media sites, including Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit, the video of her drunken antics has since gone viral.
Her original TikTok video, which she captioned, "Bottomless mimosas are a drug," has over 190,000 views, with viewers requesting an update.
“Oh, hunny, I'm going to need a part two, story time, and pictures update ASAP,” one person said, while another added, "Well, I need an update ASAP!" Are you all right, girl?!"
Autumn acknowledged in follow-up comments that the incident left her "traumatized," but she was fortunate to be able to repair her teeth without the need for veneers or dentures.
She wrote in the comments section, "I'm great!" “They reinserted the teeth and applied glue to the whole upper row of teeth.”