A 26-year-old woman suffered far worse than a bad hangover after a rowdy bottomless brunch when she fell off a friend’s shoulders and hit all her front teeth in a gruesome mimosa-fueled accident.
Autumn Cathey, of Delaware, documented the very unfortunate consequences of a recent drunken outing in a now-viral TikTok video, capturing herself getting drunk drinking mimosas – before sharing a shocking clip of herself with the blood coming out of her. mouth flowed, revealing several missing teeth.
The clip, which was filmed in Leonardtown, Maryland, and posted Tuesday, shows Autumn enjoying what appears to be a fun brunch with family and friends; She regularly updates viewers on the group’s drinking progress, filming herself after four mimosas, then six, then seven – while her companions also boast proudly of their own drinking.
That will be a great hangover! 26-year-old woman hit her front teeth in horrific accident after getting drunk at bottomless brunch
Au! Autumn Cathey, from Delaware, shared a TikTok video of the brunch, which ended in a shocking tone as she sat in a car with her bloody gums staring at the camera
“This is me after eight mimosas,” one man yells at the camera, while an older man – who appears relatively sober – says he consumed “two flights of mimosas.”
Autumn seems to lose sight of her own drinking at one point and says to the camera, “This is me after thinking about six mimosas?” before coming back with an update, “This is me after seven mimosas.”
Things then take a turn for the gory when the now viral TikToker is filmed scrambling onto the shoulders of one of her friends – who previously stated that he had consumed ‘all the flights of mimosas’ – outside their brunch venue.
“Oh s ** t, she crawls on his shoulders,” someone hears saying while filming her from the inside.
“This is not good,” another shouts as he watches.
Autumn clings to her boyfriend’s head as he jogs down the sidewalk – holding a drink in his hand – before the video quickly delves into the painful results of her drunken escapades.
Where it all started: At the beginning of the clip, Autumn records herself getting more and more drunk alongside her friends and family
Ready to go: A man says he ate ‘all the flights of mimosas’ during their meal
The following clip shows her sitting in the passenger seat of a car, opening her mouth to find that several teeth are missing, while blood is pouring out of her gums.
“It’s okay, it’s okay,” a woman hears say to Autumn, who appears to be in tears, though she still manages to shimmer a gummy smile at the camera.
In the caption to her TikTok post, Autumn warned her fellow brunch aficionados, “Bottomless mimosas are medicine.”
Unsurprisingly, the clip of her drunken accident quickly went viral after she was shared on multiple social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and Reddit – with thousands of people referring back to her original TikTok to ask for more details about the unfortunate incident.
‘Oh honey, I need part 2, story time and photos will be updated ASAP,’ one person said, while another added, ‘Okay, I need an update ASAP! Girl are you okay ?! ‘
In follow-up comments, the 26-year-old admitted she was ‘traumatized’ by the accident, but said she was able to get her teeth repaired – without veneers or dentures.
‘I am fine!’ she reassured a commenter. They put the teeth back in and smeared glue all over my top row of teeth.
Oh dear: the video then cuts to footage of the fall scrambling on that same man’s shoulders outside the restaurant where they were enjoying brunch
Danger! As she rides on her buddy’s shoulders, a female companion can be heard saying ‘this is not so good’
Go, go, go: Although Autumn is not filmed falling off her boyfriend’s shoulders, many viewers have assumed she knocked her teeth out like that
Consequences: She is then seen sitting in the passenger seat of a car, opening her mouth to reveal her missing teeth as blood flows from her gums
Everything sorted! In a follow-up comment and Instagram Stories post, Autumn revealed that she had ‘put her teeth back in’ with glue
Autumn later shared an image of her newly recovered smile on her Instagram Stories, insisting that her ‘teeth are better’.
But while some viewers expressed condolences and concern, others were quick to joke about it, with multiple people joking about how Autumn would have spoken after losing some teeth.
“She should say” mimothath, “one scoffed, while another voiced,” Too many flights of memothas. ”
Several people urged her to look at the ‘brighth thide’, with one comment: ‘You’ve cut your brushing time in half. Think positive.’
Autumn’s video turned out to be such a viral success that it even caught the attention of someone who claimed to have been her server the day it was filmed.
‘Hey guys, I was your server that day. Is everyone okay? the woman – named Danielle – responded to the clip.
OMG! Autumn replied, before adding: ‘Haha yes all right! Just a little bit traumatized! ‘