A teenager who had a booze-filled all-nighter came home nine hours later than scheduled and confessed his actions to his mum on their doorbell cam.
Josh Draper, 18, was enjoying a couple of drinks on July 16 at a pub and was ordered by his mum to be home by 9pm as to avoid a hangover as he was primed to start a new job on Monday, Manchester Evening News reports.
However, the evening soon devolved into a boozing session with trips to a couple of nightclubs in an all-nighter for Josh and his friends.
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Josh ended up being nine hours late back home as he arrived at 5.56am waving at the camera of the doorbell as he confessed he was "a couple of hours late" but insisted that he "wasn't drunk at all".
Josh admitted he defied his mum's request of being home at 9pm and explained the chain of events that caused the night he had.
He said: "My mum had said, 'Listen Josh, you're starting a new job on Monday, so be home for 9pm. I don't want you being hungover the day before you start your new job'.
"I said, 'yeah that's fine'. I had my one pint and as I was leaving at 7 o'clock to go home early my mate texted me saying he was driving past and did I want to go for a couple of drinks.
"I thought 'I've got a couple of hours to burn yet so yeah, go on then' – we ended up there until midnight.
"I thought 'I'll call this a day now. I should've been home three hours ago and my mum's going to kill me', then the others suggested we get a taxi to Level in Bolton.
"I said 'absolutely no chance', but I was outvoted, so obviously I had to go with them. Then it was Cargo in the Printworks until 5am."
The tale of the doorbell cam didn't end there as Josh made use of it the following weekend when he left a message for his mum at 4.30am.
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Josh said: "Hiya Mumsy, I'm home. It's half four in the morning, so I'm quite early. I'm so f***** p***** though. Jesus. F****** leathered mate. See you in a bit."
Despite the laughs he said the footage provided his mum Suzy, 48, and his dad Roy, 46, he said the doorbell cam is actually a good purchase for parents who may not be able to get hold of their children when they're out.
He explained: "It's the best purchase my mum's ever made, it's brilliant. I always leave a little message now whenever I come in from a night out.
"If they're having breakfast on Sunday they'll jump on the Ring app and see if I've left them anything about what I've been up to, I think it's hilarious.
"It's a great thing, especially for people my age who are coming home from nights out and might not have been able to get hold of their parents.
"Parents could be up until six in the morning worried sick, so if they get a notification on their phone saying their son or daughter came home at a particular time then it's great."
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