Amy Winehouse, the hard-drinking, drug-infested soul croonist, is to feature in an anti-drink video to be directed at juvenile drinkers, after her disgraceful performance at the Birmingham NEC last Wednesday night.
Winehouse, who was said to be as "drunk as a skunk", warbled her way through half a set, abused fans calling them "mugs", and left the stage midway through a song and never returned, enabling everyone to get off home and have an early night.
Now, the British Young Drinkers Society (BINGE) has said that it plans to use footage of the concert in one of its 'shock videos' in a bid to warn youngsters of the drastic and catastrophic effects of drinking and drugtaking.
The video shows the star lurching back and forth across the stage and collapsing in a heap. She then vomits in her hair and licks at it, before losing control of her bowels.
A spokesman for Winehouse said:
"She's losing fans hand-over-fist at the moment, so she was quite keen on any idea to raise some cash. She's gone to Southend for some sea air."