its unusual for alcohol to cause sudden paralysis
. Alcohol usually causes a peripheral neuropathy
which is chronic disease that takes time to develop. However, sudden weakness in, lower limbs
need to be evaluated critically with other causes of acute bilateral lower limb weakness in mind. This could range from infectious, traumatic , toxicologic, autoimmune drugs and spinal causes.
Consulting you neurologist
for a specialist opinion is most welcome in such situations.
Best regards and pray this helps,