BOOZY Brits are pouring out of pubs onto the streets after raising a glass to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee.
Pubs pushed back their closing times to ensure the festivities could continue well into the evening.
Revelers enjoyed a raucous afternoon in the sun before heading inside to continue the Platinum Jubilee party.
An estimated 90million pints were knocked back as the pub industry enjoyed a £2billion boost.
Alcoholics across the country were rammed with patriotic Union Jack waving for the four-day bank holiday.
After toasting with Prosecco at street festivals today, the British conquered the city – and painted it red, white and blue.
It seems there will be plenty of headaches in Liverpool mornings as tipsy revelers celebrate the monarch.
The buddies at the northern party spot seemed a bit drained as the evening progressed.
Crowds of girls strutted arm in arm through the city, embracing the scorching mini-heatwave in sundresses and racy tops.
Unfortunately, she fell in the street while she was fooling around with her friends.
It seems the boys didn’t miss the memo to impress themselves for the anniversary either, as one guy donned a neon pink outfit for his night out.
And another group wore costumes for the occasion – with a crazy friend in a carrot costume.
Brides-to-be also seemed to be taking advantage of the long weekend and heading to their bachelorette parties on Friday – so they have more time to sate their hangovers.
Others donned party hats adorned with the Union Jack as they celebrated the longest-reigning monarch for his lifetime service.
Patriotic friends in Leeds were pictured with a cardboard cutout of the Queen, which they brought along for fun.
But one guy went even further – by dressing up as the queen in a questionable dress, a curly wig and a blow-up crown.
And another excited duo showed off their best dance moves in Birmingham as they strutted down the street during the celebrations.
The country has turned red, white and blue in honor of Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne, while patriots chugged back Prosecco.
Recycling bosses expect Brits will enjoy so many anniversary parties over the four-day weekend that a record amount of alcohol will be dumped.
Millions will sip champagne, wine and beer to mark the historic occasion.
Waste collection company Divert.co.uk estimates there will be enough empties to stretch around the globe.
Spokesman Mark Hall said: “It is right that we put our worries aside for a few days to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in full.
“If the last two major royal events – the weddings of William and Kate and Harry and Meghan – are anything to go by, Brits will be consuming record amounts of alcohol.
“The estimates from these events assume that empties would have made their way from London to the North Pole – or from London to Istanbul.
“But these were events that only lasted for a few days.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5487628/bank-holiday-brits-spill-out-pubs-platinum-jubilee-celebrations/ Bank holiday Brits pour out of late-closing pubs into the streets during the lavish Platinum Jubilee celebrations