Elephants stumbled around and fell over after eating marula fruit in Kruger National Park.
If you substituted the animals for humans, it’s the sort of scene you might see on a Friday night in Newcastle or Cardiff.
These comical pictures were taken after a herd of young elephants ate a fruit which is said to make large mammals drunk when eaten in huge quantities.
Marula fruit - said to be sweet, tart and refreshing - apparently has an intoxicating effect when consumed after it has ripened and fallen to the ground.
Ross Couper, a field guide who works for luxury safari outfit Singita in South Africa's Kruger National Park, saw the elephants begin to stumble around and fall over their siblings.
He said: ‘We watched in awe because the youngsters definitely seemed to display signs of being rather tipsy.
However, it has also been claimed that the unusual behaviour is actually caused by eating beetle pupae that live in the bark of marula trees.
Spotted: Ross Couper, a field guide at Singita Kruger National Park in South Africa, saw the elephants begin to stumble around and fall over their siblings
Unusual: Observers watched 'in awe because the youngsters definitely seemed to display signs of being rather tipsy', Mr Couper said
Collapsed: This year saw a bumper crop of marula fruit falling to the ground, providing an irresistible treat for the herd of young elephants