More than 100 people were treated at the weekend by the ambulance service at a temporary minor injury unit in the centre of Birmingham.
It is set up each year to deal with Christmas party-goers. It costs £17,500 pounds to run for three nights but the West Midlands Ambulance Service say that is good value for money.
Several people who come through the doors of the treatment unit are not drunk. Instead, they have found themselves in the middle of a fight or the victim of an accident.
Kelly decided she was fit enough to leave the treatment unit on Broad Street and left to carry on partying. Unlike her, most of the injuries the paramedics at the unit treat are caused by having too much to drink.
Last year the ambulance service dealt with 81,696 emergency calls - a 13% increase on the year before. This year they are expecting it to be even busier over Christmas and New Year and they are asking people to be responsible when drinking.