Hers is just one of a string of slumped bodies lining the roadside; while across the street, ambulance workers assist a limp figure on to a stretcher.
Welcome to the resort of Laganas, and its epicentre: a heaving 300m-long strip of neon nightlife.
And as you can see from as Jocelyn Bain Hogg's photographs, taken over the course of the summer, it has certainly found its audience.
Last year alone, Zakynthos attracted 300,000 UK holidaymakers, most of whom were under 30, with many still in their teens, away from home for the first time.
To that I say, yup, words are totally impractical... Also a lover of fitness and photography, of which you can see more of on my Instagram, @christinabasil.
It's 2am on the Greek island of Zakynthos, and outside the Cocktails and Dreams nightclub, the party is in full swing.
Besides, if she has such a large amount of respect for her parents then you can almost guarantee she'll show a similar amount of respect toward yours. Granted, you might have to become pretty serious with her first (the traditional Greek parents will be nosy and all up in your business, after all), but if you ever get the chance to tag along with her to the homeland, People don't throw around the term 'Greek goddess' for nothing - Greek girls will generally always try to look their best.
If you don't fancy making the journey yourself, and can stomach some pretty uncomfortable viewing, a quick search on You Tube leads straight to the belly of the beast. Zakynthos – also known as Zante – was once a sleepy Ionian island, favoured by an altogether milder sort of tourist.Don't take the 'Parent Test' lightly as it's a pretty huge deal to both a Greek girl and her parents, but if you can get past this crucial step, then consider yourself accepted into the fold, as fiercely loved and protected as one of our own - and, like mentioned before, nothing is considered more important to Greeks than family.Graduated from York with a BA in English - some may say that's an impractical major.for huge, festive parties - we will drink, we will dance, we will sing, and then we will drink some more.Oh, and if you're a guest at a Greek wedding, just know that the Greeks won't rest until you're up and dancing (or at least, attempting) the Kalamatiano along with them.