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Woman Chugs A Bottle Of Cognac At Airport Security, Deemed Too Drunk To Fly

She was later told she was too drunk to fly.

Instead giving up her $200 bottle of Rémy Martin XO Excellence to airport security at a Beijing airport, one woman decided to drink it. All of it. At once.

“She was so drunk… she couldn’t even stand up herself. We took her to a room in a wheelchair so she could rest,” an officer told The Beijing Times.

And while we think it was brave of her to chug her bottle in one go — who wouldn't hate seeing that $200 bottle go to waste? — things didn't end so well for Zhou. Check out the video above to find out what happened.

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