Boozy Brunches Gone Wild
All-You-Can-Drink brunch has neighbors fed up with drunken scenes pouring out into the streets. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Talk about falling-down drunk.
Wild scenes after a so-called "bottomless brunch" are outraging neighbors. They say they're fed up wth the men and women who stumble out of a New York restaurant which offers an all-you-can-drink brunch for $45.
In one YouTube video, one young woman can barely make it to a corner, where she throws up, as her friend holds back her hair.
A taxi driver sees the condition one of the passengers is in and takes off with the door still open.
Payal Sharma and her husband Rajiv are the owners of the restaurant, named Pranna.
Rajiv told INSIDE EDITION, "Some of our brunch customers may have had a little too much to drink. Whenever we find that, our first reaction is to escort them outside so they can go home and be safe."
He says his hands are tied once the customers leave the restaurant.
"We can't control that. I wish we could, but we don't own the streets," said Rajiv.
So, what's it like inside Pranna during bottomless brunch? INSIDE EDITION found incredible scenes posted on YouTube. It's quite a far cry from the sedate meal of eggs benedict that most people associate with Sunday brunch.
One neighbor got so fed up with scenes like these that he shot videos showing what he says he has to endure and posted them on YouTube.
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