Drunken Aintree reveller fails to dive into a Grand National wheelie bin in spectacular style 

Drunken Aintree reveller fails to dive into a Grand National wheelie bin in spectacular style 

And she’s fallen at the first! Drunken Aintree reveller tries and fails to dive into a Grand National wheelie bin in spectacular style

  • Racegoers descended on Liverpudlian racecourse again after two-year hiatus 
  • Woman donning glamourous outfit took an incredible tumble from a wheelie bin
  • The race crowd attendees, in their thousands, filmed and laughed in disbelief at the drunken woman who failed at her party trick, landing face-first on the floor

A drunken reveller at the Grand National fails to dive into an Aintree Racecourse wheelie bin in front of thousands enjoying the races on Saturday.

Racegoers descended on the Liverpudlian racecourse once again after a two-year hiatus due to Covid, and one partygoer took her celebrations to the next level.

The woman, who wore a short pink dress and beige coloured accessories, including high heels and a delicate fascinator, is seen holding on to the edges of a red wheelie bin, surrounded by thousands of people leaving space on the floor to perform her party-trick.

Digging her heels into the floor and leaping upwards, her sense of direction fails her at the last hurdle, with her head-first aim dive hitting the side of the bin rather than go inside it. 

It all goes downhill for the woman from this point onwards, as she tries to twist her body to fall inside the wheelie bin, leaving her legs spread up in the air, before tumbling over spectacularly.

She lands at an angle, which is not helpful for the balance needed when wearing high heels, then tipping sideways to then face-plant the floor amongst the crowds who watched on in disbelief.

A drunken reveller at the Grand National fails to dive into an Aintree Racecourse wheelie bin in front of thousands enjoying the races on Saturday

The woman wore a short pink dress and beige coloured accessories, including high heels and a delicate fascinator

She grabbed hold of the wheelie bin with both hands but fails to get her aim right, leaving her to tip over sideways

The woman, who wore a short pink dress and beige coloured accessories, including high heels and a delicate fascinator, is seen holding on to the edges of a red wheelie bin, surrounded by thousands of people leaving space on the floor to perform her party-trick

The race crowd attendees filmed and laughed at the drunken woman who failed to nail her performance.

As soon as the camera pans away from the face-planted racegoer, another man donning a blue suit jumps head-first into the bin, with his friend pushing his legs down and closing the lid, before other drunken party-people get in on the fun.

This week has seen a return to the pre-pandemic years, with racegoers coming to the course in their droves to have a flutter on the horses.

And once again, despite the weather reports looking less than optimum, attendees poured into the race ground, including football pundit Chris Kamara.

Aintree is known for its flesh-baring outfits, and true to form, since the three-day event kicked-off on Thursday, visitors have been snapped in a range of flashy outfits including open-toed heels, lace jumpsuits, and dresses without jackets – despite the winds and maximum temperatures of 10C. 

Digging her heels into the floor and leaping upwards, her sense of direction fails her at the last hurdle, with her head-first aim dive hitting the side of the bin rather than go inside it

She tries to twist her body to fall inside the wheelie bin, leaving her legs spread up in the air, before tumbling over spectacularly

Digging her heels into the floor and leaping upwards, her sense of direction fails her at the last hurdle, with her head-first aim dive hitting the side of the bin rather than go inside it. She tries to twist her body to fall inside the wheelie bin, leaving her legs spread up in the air, before tumbling over spectacularly

As soon as the camera pans away from the face-planted racegoer, another man donning a blue suit jumps head-first into the bin, with his friend pushing his legs down and closing the lid, before other drunken party-people get in on the fun

As soon as the camera pans away from the face-planted racegoer, another man donning a blue suit jumps head-first into the bin, with his friend pushing his legs down and closing the lid, before other drunken party-people get in on the fun

Some ladies spotted baring their arms and legs as well as sunglasses, with others wrapped up more sensibly against the bracing temperatures, sporting suits and thicker jackets.

Around 150,000 people are expected to attend the three-day festival, making it one of the largest of its kind in the world, with more than £25 million expected to be spent on bets.

Previously, the event, which is now in its 183rd year, has seen attendees down a staggering 20,000 bubbly to get into the party spirit.

Away from the track, a further 500 million people in more than 140 countries are expected to tune in to watch the action.

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Lizzie May

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