Mollie Griffin, 21, captured the moment two women tumbled from the table at a rowdy Bongo’s Bingo event in the Albert Hall in Manchester on Sunday.
The video shows an array of revellers having the time of their lives standing up and dancing on top of tables.
One woman, dressed in black, then slips and loses her balance, sending her plummeting towards the ground.
However before reaching the floor, her head collides in full force with the seat on the opposing bench.
Shortly after impact, another woman in a grey dress to the left of the woman, who was also dancing on the table, takes a tumble off the bench too.
The punter then adds another hefty blow to the first woman by landing directly on top of her head.
The second person clambers to her feet and reveals the first woman lying completely unconscious on the ground.
Thankfully, a friend of the woman later confirmed that the punter was okay after the fall.
NHS worker Mollie shared the video to TikTok yesterday, writing: “Urm, is she dead?”
The post has now collected over 1.2 million views with more than 64,500 likes and 7,000 shares.
Thousands of people have commented on the video concerned for the girl.
@Daddyknowsvest said: “Wow. Knocked out, sat on and covered in lager all in one go.”
@Marycerimix said: “Is she alive?”
@DeanoTheFrogMan said: “She knocked herself clean out jeez.”
@Connor joked: “Got knocked out quicker than Amir Khan.”
@JoeTaylor said: “Bet she had a lovely headache in the morning.”
Speaking today, Mollie from Cheltenham , Gloucestershire, said: “It was coming to the end of the night, the bingo was finishing.
“Good songs were playing so everyone were dancing on the benches with their drinks and glow sticks, and then all of a sudden these two girls fell and one ended up on top of her face.
“Of course the video ended and I jumped straight into help as that’s the care assistant instinct in me.
“It was funny and shocking at first but then after realising she wasn’t moving or waking up panic kicked in and everyone rushed to help her.
“She got picked up and walked out by the workers there and her friend but she was definitely knocked unconscious for at least two minutes.
“Everyone was trying to pick her up and get her to walk off but she was unconscious for quite some time.
“I made it clear she needs to stay on the floor and stay still because she could have a head injury due to her hitting her head on the bench, then the floor, and then her friend falling on top of her head.
“I kept her on the floor until she came around and then security workers from the venue came over and helped her up and her self and her friend walked off.”
Speaking today, a spokeswoman for Albert Hall Manchester said: “The woman was a little concussed, upset and trying to be left alone.
“At her request we didn’t call for an ambulance, she was conscious and breathing and left the venue walking out so we believe she was okay.
“She was check by our venue manager and advised her to go to A&E.
“The group had been warned about rowdy behavior and told to calm down 15-minutes before the incident.”