So a squirrel walks into a bar and ... no, this isn't a joke.
According to the BBC, Sam Boulter, the secretary of the Honeybourne Railway Club in Evesham, England, thought someone had broken into the private bar when he saw bottles and glasses smashed on the floor.
But then Boulter saw the furry culprit: a squirrel that may have had one too many.
"There were bottles scattered around, money scattered around, and he had obviously run across the bar's pumps and managed to turn on the Caffrey's tap," Boulter told the BBC.
Boulter eventually captured and freed the squirrel, which was "staggering around" the bar. He estimated that the rodent caused £300 – about $467 – in damage.
"He was sozzled and looked a bit worse for wear, shall we say," Boulter said.
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