Here's a 78-foot shelving unit suddenly becoming detached from its anchoring wall and causing 6,810 bottles of wine and champagne to crash to the floor—producing a blood-red flood of broken glass and squandered hangover opportunities. Reps from Superior Discount Liquors of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, which hosted this disaster, told the Sheboygan Press that they aren't sure what caused the shelf to collapse all of a sudden, but the fact that the shelf was 31 years old might have something to do with it. That, or a tee-totaling ghost threw a hissy fit. Store staffers only needed a day to clean everything up and didn't even have to close up shop, because they're superior in efficiency.

In related: Superior's hiring cashiers, but you've probably got to work hard. [YouTube via Fark]