The second in a series of short films highlighting common dangers on the beaches of Brighton and Hove warns against braving the waves after a drink.
The film, already viewed by hundreds of people, shows a group of young people enjoying a night out in the city, then heading down to the water and plunging in.
It ends with the camera ducking above and below the waves as one of the group struggles to stay afloat and his friends shouting for help.
The previous film showed a father panicking after his young son disappeared at the shoreline after he took his eyes off him for a split second – although that one had a happier ending as the boy reappeared a few yards down the beach.
This year already, three people have died on the city’s beaches, which are more dangerous than most in the UK because of their steep shingle banks and exposure to wind and waves.