An aspiring model was arrested by police after she was kicked out of her first professional shoot after ten minutes for drinking half a bottle to calm her nerves.
Amy Enright, 25, was given vouchers to take part in a modelling shoot at a Manchester photography studio, but became so 'overwhelmed' that she drank vodka in the dressing room whilst getting ready.
Police were called to the unnamed studio at Stevenson Square, in Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter, on August 5.
Amy Enright, 25, was arrested at an unnamed studio in Manchester's Northern Quarter just after 10am on August 5 after drinking half a bottle of vodka to calm her nerves
Enright was asked to leave after 10 minutes because she was so intoxicated that the stylist was unable to do her hair and makeup, Manchester magistrates court heard
After arriving at the studio at 10.20am, Enright was so intoxicated that the stylist was unable to do her hair and makeup, Manchester magistrates court heard.
She was asked to leave after just ten minutes because she was slurring her words and struggling to sit upright for photos.
Officers asked Enright for details, including her phone number, but she could barely string a sentence together and gave letters instead of numbers.
Enright later claimed she 'rarely leaves home' due to an anxiety condition and had drunk half a bottle of vodka since breakfast.
An unnamed child she was looking after was taken to relatives.
Enright, who lives with her parents in Sale near Altrincham, sobbed in court and admitted to being drunk in charge of a child.
The 25-year-old was fined £120 and ordered to pay £119 in costs and surcharges.
The aspiring model, who is currently on furlough from an undisclosed part time job, regularly posts selfies on Facebook and has 1,300 followers on her Instagram page.
Prosecutor Peter Conoray said: 'When she arrived at 10.20am she initially appeared to be okay and did not smell of alcohol or appear intoxicated at all. But from the point that she sat down to get prepared for the shoot, she was asking to go in and out of the private changing room.'
Enright claimed she 'rarely leaves home' due to an anxiety condition and