John could give up drinking to the limits of his dangerously anti-social levels; but he's no quitter. Expectations run low for our functioning drunk, acutely aware that sobriety brings with it a certain duty of care and obligation to 'do the right thing' that drunkenness does not. With the easy conscience of a man swimming in a butt of whisky our hero embarks upon a 'fishy' burglary in order to finance his friend Lady Hester's madcap search for Alexander the Greats' lost treasure. Along with his faithful buddy Tom the three set off to Rhodes, Greece, deluded and undeterred in their quest for gold, only to be met with the prospect of early, sudden and horrible death, whilst searching the bowels of fathomless caves, dealing with exploding manure, Thai massage madness involving very cross policemen and the vengeful ghost of Grandma to boot. Will they live to consider the prospect 'getting sober?' Find out in this sequel to the infamous 'Any Seaside Town.'