Los Angeles - Brad Pitt may have some last-minute explaining to do to soon-to-be bride Angelina Jolie.
The actor reportedly got himself into trouble with his partner after going on a pre-wedding drinking binge with Guy Ritchie, 43, at his London pub, The Punchbowl.
Apparently Brad, 48, staggered home drunk to his rented mansion in Richmond at 06:00.
Sources told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Brad spent the evening boozing with Guy and other pals in Guy's pub.
''Ange was shocked he came home in such a state, especially as he hadn't called her. She said she hadn't seen him like that in years. Brad blamed it all on British beer.''
The star got a bit too relaxed as he tried out various types of the alcoholic drink.
The insider continued: ''The group spent the night in the back room of the pub drinking real ales such as Bombardier and Spitfire.
''Brad sampled a few different beers and things got a bit rowdy. It was a rare chance for him to let his hair down.''
The couple are expected to tie the knot soon at their 17th Century £35m Chateau Miraval in the south of France.
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