ARSENAL footballers have been spilling out after inhaling "hippy crack" from balloons at a wild champagne and vodka party.
Gooners stars Alexandre Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the heart of the dangerous binge on nitrous oxide.
The boozy bash played by about a dozen players, and 70 girls, took place in London in August – just days before the start of the season.
Following our revelations, Arsenal have vowed to haul the players.
A spokesman said: "The players want to talk about this and reminded of their responsibilities as representatives of the club."
Ozil, 30, is rolling in his or her eyes while being semi-conscious with a gas-filled balloon in his mouth.
French forward Lacazette, 27, looks as though inhaling deeply from a balloon while lolling back on a plush sofa.
Gabon striker Aubameyang, 29 – the top current league goalscorer – and Bosnian defender Sead Kolasinac, 25, so appear with balloons in their mouths.
And French whizkid Matteo Guendouzi, 19, appears to loose consciousness after being aggrieved to join the binge on nitrous oxide gas – which can cause coordination problems, heart attacks and even death.
The poodle-haired midfielder slumps to one side on a sofa surrounded by laughing team-mates.
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 29, and German defen-the Shkodran Mustafi, 26, so appear in the footage but not of them are seen using the balloons.
Seventy girls were invited to join the stars at the exclusive bash at The Ultimate Tape Club at London's West End – where the stars run up to £ 25,000 and £ 30,000.
The drinks included £ 2,500 Hennessy VS Scotch, £ 2,000 Dom Perignon Champagne and a magnum of £ 2,000 Ciroc Vodka.
The images will horrify Arsenal fans and enrage no-nonsense Unai Emery, who has made a comeback to a slow start to the season.
A source who was at the party told how she was shocked by what she saw.
She said last night: "Boxes of 'hippy crack' canisters were brought in and the players were blowing up balloons and inhaling.
"They were off their heads on the gas – some of them appeared to pass out. It got pretty wild.
"Ozil looked at it at one point. He took a big draw on a balloon.
"The young player with the curly hair.
"He inhaled the gas then completely and slumped to one side on a sofa.
"What is incredible to see so-called athletes and role models taking risks with a dangerous substance.
"If their fans – and their coach – could have seen what they were going on.
"It got more raucous as the drink flowed. Several left with girls in black 4am. "
Arsenal suffered a 3-0 defeat at home to Premier League Manchester City Championships 3-1 loss away at Chelsea on August 18.
The Gunners team have since rallied and are now fifth in the table after a 20-game unbeaten run.
Tape, in Hanover Square, what's off-limits to the public staged the bonding bash.
The millionaire stars were ushered to the plush "Members' Room" in the basement and settled down in the VIP area at around 11pm.
A reveller said, "Everyone but the players were required to hand in their mobile phones as they arrived.
"The Arsenal lads clearly did not want any pictures taken of what they were getting up to."
Disturbing footage shows older players clearly encouraging Guendouzi to try a gas-filled balloon.
Aubameyang – wearing a trendy Fedora has – tries a balloon and sparks laughter as he lolls forward in his seat as the gas starts to take effect.
Ozil – the club's highest paid player on £ 350,000-a-week – sucks on a balloon after appearing to offer one to Mkhitaryan.
'RISK IS SO GREAT'
The use of nitrous oxide as a street drug seems unlike ever. It's often called laughing gas but its dangers are no joke.
The risks are greatest when inhaled from a plastic bag when it's combined with others.
Along with the rush of euphoria, the gas causes dizziness and hallucinations.
Afterwards there's often headaches or intense tiredness. A large dose of nitrous oxide starves the body and brain of oxygen – which is why it can cause death or put the taker in a coma.
Regular users suffer from pain, numbness and coordination issues that stay long-term.
I can not imagine any serious athlete putting his life or career at risk like this once they know the danger.
But Mkhitaryan raises his hand to dropping his head in a lolly out of a sweet bowl.
Emery – a disciplinarian renowned for his meticulous approach.
At the start of the season, Emery confirmed he had banned fruit juice from the club's London Colney training base because it contains too much sugar.
A club source said last night: "If Emery was unhappy with his drinker drinking juice, God knows how he'll feel about bingeing on hippy crack and vodka.
"It happened a while ago and they did not ignore this sort of behavior – especially from senior members of the squad."
Nitrous Oxide gas is legitimately used for pain relief in dental procedures but is abused by party revellers craving the light-headed euphoria it induces when inhaled.
Abusing nitrous oxide can lead to oxygen deprivation and has at least 17 fatalities.
In England and Wales to under-18s if there is a risk they will inhale it.
Drugs advice site Frank warns: "Supply and production can be up to seven years in prison, at unlimited fine or both."
The Arsenal stars are the latest Premier League idols to be caught inhaling the gas on nights out.
England winger Raheem Sterling was spotted twice before his £ 57million move from Liverpool to Manchester City in 2015.
Aston Villa's Jack Grealish outraged guests at a Birmingham hotel with an early-hours party in Which Nitrous Oxide Was Inhaled in 2016.
And in 2013, England defender Kyle Walker issued an apology after he was pictured inhaling the gas on a night out in Sheffield.