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Club-goers dance at “Morning Gloryville” at the Ministry of Sound in south London August 11, 2015. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)

Club-goers dance at “Morning Gloryville” at the Ministry of Sound in south London August 11, 2015. Morning dance parties with names like “Morning Gloryville” and "Daybreaker" are gathering steam in cities across the world, giving rise to a movement known as “conscious clubbing”. Its founders aim to create the energy and community of electronic dance parties with fruit smoothies and coffee instead of the drugs and alcohol more common after nightfall. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)
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18 Aug 2015 14:06:00
A woman pours alcohol from the bottle into her mouth at the Far Hills Race Day at Moorland Farms in Far Hills, New Jersey, October 17, 2015. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Reuters)

A woman pours alcohol from the bottle into her mouth at the Far Hills Race Day at Moorland Farms in Far Hills, New Jersey, October 17, 2015. Young locals in New Jersey catch up with friends from school and college days at the Far Hills Race Day, which started as a fox-hunting event in the early 1900s. Many racegoers first went to the Hunt, as it's known locally, as children, but nowadays it's an alcohol-fuelled party for them. Makeshift bars are set up in cars, with the horses' efforts on the turf sometimes a backdrop to the main event. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Reuters)
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26 Oct 2015 08:00:00
A woman struggles to drink homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of “Swet Bhairab” during the annual Indra Jatra festival to worship Indra, Kumari and other deities and to mark the end of monsoon season in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Monika Deupala/Reuters)

A woman struggles to drink homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of “Swet Bhairab” during the annual Indra Jatra festival to worship Indra, Kumari and other deities and to mark the end of monsoon season in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Monika Deupala/Reuters)
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19 Sep 2019 00:07:00
Drunk fresher is helped by students as she falls to the ground on night out at during the alcohol-fuelled Freshers’ Week in Birmingham, United Kingdom on September 18, 2017. Freshers are inducted during Freshers' Week – the first week of the Academic year – one of the busiest and most fun weeks of the year. (Photo by Caters News Agency)

Drunk fresher is helped by students as she falls to the ground on night out at during the alcohol-fuelled Freshers’ Week in Birmingham, United Kingdom on September 18, 2017. Freshers are inducted during Freshers' Week – the first week of the Academic year – one of the busiest and most fun weeks of the year. (Photo by Caters News Agency)
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19 Sep 2017 07:56:00
A woman struggles to drink homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of “Swet Bhairab” during the annual Indra Jatra festival to worship Indra, Kumari and other deities and to mark the end of monsoon season in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Monika Deupala/Reuters)

A woman struggles to drink homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of “Swet Bhairab” during the annual Indra Jatra festival to worship Indra, Kumari and other deities and to mark the end of monsoon season in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Monika Deupala/Reuters)
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21 Oct 2019 00:01:00
Revelers Heed Facebook Hamburg Public Drinking Call

Revelers gather on a commuter train platform of the HVV city public transportation system to drink alcohol on September 30, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany. Thousands of people participated in the event dubbed the “HVV Abschiedstrinken” (HVV Farewell Drink) that was organized through Facebook and is meant to celebrate the last day before a ban on alcohol consumption goes into effect on the city's public transport. (Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images)
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02 Oct 2011 12:12:00
A devotee of the Afro-Brazilian goddess of the sea Lemanja pays tribute on Lemanja's Day at Ramirez beach in Montevideo February 2, 2015. On this day every year, worshippers light candles at a shrine and throw sweets, alcoholic drinks, fruits and cheap jewellery into the sea as offerings to ask for good health and luck in love and work. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)

A devotee of the Afro-Brazilian goddess of the sea Lemanja pays tribute on Lemanja's Day at Ramirez beach in Montevideo February 2, 2015. On this day every year, worshippers light candles at a shrine and throw sweets, alcoholic drinks, fruits and cheap jewellery into the sea as offerings to ask for good health and luck in love and work. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)
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04 Feb 2015 12:14:00
An Indonesian woman known as Linda (C) is helped by two Sharia officials after being caned for spending time in close proximity with a man who is not her husband, which is against Sharia law, in Banda Aceh on February 2, 2017. Aceh is the only province in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country that imposes sharia law. People can face floggings for a range of offences – from gambling, to drinking alcohol, to gay s*x. (Photo by Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP Photo)

An Indonesian woman known as Linda (C) is helped by two Sharia officials after being caned for spending time in close proximity with a man who is not her husband, which is against Sharia law, in Banda Aceh on February 2, 2017. Aceh is the only province in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country that imposes sharia law. People can face floggings for a range of offences – from gambling, to drinking alcohol, to gay sеx. (Photo by Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP Photo)
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03 Feb 2017 10:45:00