The inevitable result begins around the 1:45 mark. If YouTube video will not play, go here.
Explanation from the site:
In 2009, the BBC television show Weird Nature went to the West Indies island named St. Kitts to film vervet monkeys snatching cocktails from beach-goers and then proceeding to get drunk. According to the clip, the monkeys were brought from West Africa 300 years ago with the rum-making slaves and they acquired a taste for alcohol from eating the rum's leftover fermented sugar cane. The footage was produced and directed by award-winning media company, John Downer Productions.
The link to Ultrarunning is that some of us like to enjoy an adult beverage after a race. Not a good idea, at least until your hydration comes back into equilibrium and you can process alcohol normally.
The worst headache I ever got in my entire life came after a hot and steamy 5 mile road race sponsored by a beer distributor. I had 2-3 beers immediately after the race instead of water or Gatorade. Later in the day I worked outside, continued to sweat, and suddenly was down hard with blinding, migraine-like head pain that persisted overnight and well into the next day.