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  1. “Bohemian Rhapsody” Drunk Shows Up to Trial Wearing Sunglasses, Viking Helmet

    You might recall the drunk Canadian man from earlier this year that charmed the pants off the Internet with his shockingly accurate rendition of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" from the back of a police cruiser. That man, Robert Wilkinson, recently made his court appearance to defend himself against the charges stemming from his little incident. He didn't do himself any favors. Wilkinson showed up wearing a horned Viking helmet, a NASA shirt with "I need my space" on display, and sunglasses. Needless to say, it didn't go well.

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  2. Young Birds Get Dangerously Drunk On Fermented Berries

    It turns out that, just like human teenagers, young birds can also get tipsy off of alcohol, make some poor decisions, and end up clumsy, stumbling wrecks. That's the finding of a study of young blackbirds who got tanked off of fermented rowan berries near a primary school in England last year.

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  3. Watch As This Drunk Guy Sings All of “Bohemian Rhapsody” in the Back of a Cop Car [Video]

    We've already seen Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody performed a number of times within the confines of motor vehicles. That is why we bring you this video of something that happened a year ago, on a dark Canadian night. On this special night, a young man was driving home while clearly under the influence and was pulled over by a police officer with whom he seemed to have a history. After extolling on the virtues of universal brotherhood and the importance of community, he begins to sing a heartfelt  cover of Queen's classic song. We've set the video to start playing a few minutes in to avoid the stream of NSFW language, but feel free to wind it back and watch.

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  4. Tree Extract Holds Promise as an Antidote for Drunkenness

    There's no doubt that an antidote for drunkenness would have a wide range of uses. Take a pill and all of the sudden, calling Shelia and confessing your undying love for her and her sister doesn't seem like such a great idea anymore. Decide not to get plastered on a Friday night, take a pill, and not be able to go back on your decision later. Take a pill and then not have a hangover. The possibilities are endless and now, a study lead by Jing Liang of the University of California, Los Angeles suggests that these possibilities might also be possible.

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