Brits have already taken us out when boozing.
A new study checking blood alcohol level in 35 countries around the world found that people in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales ate more alcohol than those who drink in a different place. (Britons also try cocaine more than people in other countries being tested.)
After polling over 120,000 globes around the globe, the Global Drug Survey discovered that Britons are drunk 51.1 times a year, or one day a week. The Americans arrived at a nearby second, getting blotto 50 times a year, while Canadians got sloshed for 48. Under the list is Chile, with a blackout rate of 16 times a year.
The survey, published Thursday, also analyzes the use of cocaine ̵
The survey also found a link to excessive drinking and sexual assault: Some 29.3 percent of women who responded to the survey said they were sexually exploited while drunk or elevated.
"Culture is changing and becoming more European and moderate to our drinking, we can bite the bullets and think about how to advise people to drink less- drinking, "says Adam Winstock, founder of the Global Drug Survey, Carers' reports.
Do you think you're bringing your average drinking country? The "Drinks Meter" app created by the Global Drug Survey provides anonymous, personalized feedback on your drinking.