Malia Obama's wild partying ways in Amsterdam is caught on video, according to a news outlet.

Radaronline reports that a Netherlands news source called was the first to report on the incident involving President Obama's 18-year-old daughter. Malia is in the midst of a gap year and will enroll in the fall of 2017 at Harvard.

Obama unleashes wild party side

Malia was spotted at The Sugar Factory with three friends, according to DJ Youri Roest. He said “everybody got drunk really fast. I have to admit even I got pretty tipsy later on, but I remember giving one of those girls a glass filled with pure vodka.”

Roest continued that the eldest Obama daughter is a "superb dancer, much like her father" and that she Is "very flexible, she has good hips.” The witness went on to say that Malia was "flirting heavily.”

The DJ admitted he got too drunk to remember much else about the first daughter on the night she was partying in Amsterdam.

He does recall a few other details before concluding the interview.

“I think she went home around 3:30,” Roest recalled. “I think this was because it was very busy and everybody found out she was there.”

Malia Obama is now flying to Africa with her mom, Michelle, and sister, Sasha, to raise awareness for the Let Girls Learn Initiative. As part of their itinerary, the three will visit Liberia and Morocco along the way.

First daughter gets head start on college parties

Last October the Obama daughter was seen in a party atmosphere at Brown College. She was observed standing by a beer pong table. A witness did tweet (via Buzzfeed) that the young lady was "taking shots and playing beer pong" at the party.

Buzzfeed wrote in its report that the Secret Service waited outside while Malia was at the social event.

The October incidences unfolded when Malia was visiting different college campuses to field which ones she was most interested in enrolling at.

It appears that Malia Obama is no different than many others her age. It is a rite of passage for college-age adults to partake in partying, after all.