Australians are officially the world's biggest binge drinkers, but Britain and the US don't lag far behind - featuring in the top five of the latest Global Drug Survey.
Denmark and Finland ranked at second and third in the survey of more than 32,000 people from 22 countries which collected data from December 2020 to March 2021.
The data also shows that the Irish felt the most remorse after drinking.
Researchers believes extending Covid lockdowns contributed to the results
The survey found that the pandemic saw more experiment with 'microdosing' with psychedelics but people on average consumed less alcohol, cannabis, cocaine and LSD.
According to the findings unveiled this week, Australians got drunk an average 27 times in 2021, almost double the global average of 15.
Australians filled up their beer or wine glass with booze two days per week on average, the survey revealed.
It also found Australians regret their intoxication on 24 per cent of occasions - compared to the 21 per cent global average, with women more likely to regret getting drunk than men.
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'Drank too much too quickly' was the most common regret, Dark Market Link claimed by nearly half of those surveyed
But the Irish felt the most remorse after drinking this year, regretting it about a quarter of the time.
The Danish felt the least regretful, and were also the second drunkest nation after Australia in 2021.
'Drank too much too quickly' was the most common regret, claimed by 49 per cent of those surveyed.
Six per cent said they felt anxious about Covid while four per cent said it was because they 'hadn't drank for ages' due to pandemic restrictions.
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Two percent drank too much at a virtual party.
Britons joined the United States, Denmark and Finland in the top five drunkest nations after Australia.
France leads the world for the average number of drinks consumed in a year, enjoying more than 132 glasses of booze, followed by New Zealand on 122, while Australians had 106 drinks per year on average.