Girl Loses Teeth During Boozy Brunch After Disastrous TikTok Stunt

Posted by Abdul Rafay in Bizarre On 18th April 2021
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When a boozy stunt goes wrong, a girl loses her front teeth during a bottomless brunch. Autumn Cathey is seen enjoying a good time with her friends and drinking cocktails before things quickly turn sour.

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Autumn smiles at the camera and declares, "This is me after four mimosas," in the video, which was posted on TikTok.

She is then seen seconds later saying: "This is me after, I think, six mimosas" before reappearing to reveal she has now downed seven of the potent champagne and orange juice drinks.

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The video then cuts to some of her friends boasting about how many they've consumed, with one bragging, "this is me after all the mimosa flights."

Things start to go wrong after the group leaves the bar, and the video's "star" is seen climbing onto the shoulders of one of her male friends.

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One of her other pals can then be heard saying: "Don't talk I'm videoing" before adding "Oh s**t she's getting on his shoulders."

However, the clip then cuts to a tearful Autumn sitting in a car, her chin bloodied and several teeth missing.

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Even though we do not see what happened to cause her horrific injuries, it is fairly simple to connect the dots.

Her friends can be heard saying: "It's okay....it's okay."

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The video, titled 'Bottomless mimosas are a drug,' has already received over 190,000 views, surprising those who have seen it.

Ally Bare wrote: "I've never gasped out loud at a TikTok video before. I should have seen it coming but I didn't."

The ArabDude added: "As soon as you climbed onto his shoulders I said 'someone is ending up in hospital.'"

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NaeNae wrote: "As she climbed on his shoulders, every fiber of my mom's bones were screaming nooooo!!!"

Autumn, on the other hand, was able to assure everyone that she was recovering.

She wrote: "I'm fine. They put the teeth right back in and put glue across the whole upper row of teeth."

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