By Tita Smith For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 07:24 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 1 September 2019
A Korean bar has come under fire after serving a group of five people a staggering 86 shots of alcohol during a six-hour drinking session.
Confronting CCTV footage showed the group downing countless shots of soju at the Haru fashion Soju Lounge in Sydney's CBD on October 11 last year.
Chris Change, the licensee of the lounge, was given his first formal warning from the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority.
His Castlereagh Street business will lose its license if issued another two warnings.
Restaurant security footage, obtained by the Daily Telegraph, recorded the boozy night as it unfolded.
One woman was so intoxicated she had to be carried out of the venue by her legs and arms.
She was later discovered unconscious in the early hours of the next morning laying near a pool of vomit.
Another reveller was discovered nearby passed out in his own vomit, and was pulled off the middle of the street