Oh, the toils of a maenad, the lasciviousness of a satyr!
You would think all the hangovers and harassment amongst the lady-followers of Dionysos would leave the god of wine quite lonely. However, this motif was quite a popular one to depict on drinking vessels in the sexually charged drinking parties in ancient Greece. Interpretations and representations of the satyr/nymph drama have since echoed up through the timeline of western art as a popular subject.
Wine Cup with a Satyr and a Nymph, attributed to Onesimos, Greek, 500–490 B.C. The J. Paul Getty Museum