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For those who consume it, a glass of rosé (or pint of lager, flute of champagne, shot of whisky or whatever you like to drink) can be the most wonderful way to unwind. But that fine line between having a few drinks and a few too many is wobbly and thin, and inhibitions can disappear faster than that Negroni.

Just ask British imbiber Moya Lothian-McLean. After drinking a little too much at a pub over the weekend, Moya stopped to grab a bite at her local, late-night eatery, an Ali Baba kebab house.

But instead of immediately handing over cash for her kebab and getting on her merry way, she decided to have a photoshoot with the restaurant’s staff. The Brit pulled out her Google Pixel 2 XL smartphone and started snapping the men in action.

Here’s one shot she took of an employee with a pen behind his ear, looking like a total boss while building meat wraps. Remember, folks, this was taken when she was drunk.

Moya Lothian-McLean/Twitter

And another image shows a different employee, who is either enjoying the impromptu photo shoot with a very drunk customer, or is just barely tolerating the whole thing.

Moya Lothian-McLean/Twitter

And, of course, the pièce de résistance — a kebab wrap standing in all its glory!

Woman's drunk kebab restaurant visit results in some unexpectedly beautiful photography
Moya Lothian-McLean/Twitter

Doesn’t it make you suddenly want to trade in your phone for a Google Pixel? The image quality here is impressive, though Moya swears this isn’t #sponsored, and her bank account is very much in the red.

Despite how awesome these images are, Moya doesn’t remember her amateur photography debut.

“I thought it was hilarious. Usually I can remember everything from a night out (usually to my embarrassment) so discovering I’d somehow snapped a series of high-quality pics was a real surprise,” she told Metro.

Over 33,000 people have liked her initial tweet revealing the photo series, but Moya’s mum isn’t as impressed with her daughter’s sudden internet fame. In true parental fashion, she scolded her kid for making a questionable life decision while intoxicated.

“The most I’ve ever blanked out before is sending mortifying tweets about boys whilst under the influence and that’s more of a repression situation,” she said. “I just hope that I can access this hidden talent when I’m sober.”

Drinking to the point of not remembering where or what you’re doing is dangerous, but fortunately for Moya, nothing other than a series of beautiful images came from being intoxicated.