Ok, let us set aside the terminology, what “dry drunk means”.
Get onto :"Basically, the alcohol trapped in your fat deposits comes loose (presumably as your body metabolizes your stored fat). And then you are basically wasted, even if you haven’t touched the stuff. Even your breath reeks of it."
So yes, there is a rare syndrome https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auto-brewery_syndrome
Auto-brewery syndrome (ABS) (also known as gut fermentation syndrome , endogenous ethanol fermentation or drunkenness disease ) is a condition characterized by the fermentation of ingested carbohydrates in the gastrointestinal tract of the body caused by bacteria or fungi. ABS is a rare medical condition in which intoxicating quantities of ethanol are produced through endogenous fermentation within the digestive system. The organisms responsible for ABS include various yeasts and bacteria, including Saccharomyces cerevisiae , S. boulardii , Candida albicans , C. tropicalis , C. krusei , C. glabrata , C. kefyr , C. parapsilosis, Torulopsis glabrata, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Enterococcus faecium . These organisms use lactic acid fermentation or mixed acid fermentation pathways to produce an ethanol end product. The ethanol generated from these pathways is absorbed in the small intestine, causing an increase in blood alcohol concentrations that produce the effects of intoxication without the consumption of alcohol.
Researchers speculate the underlying causes of ABS are related to prolonged antibiotic use, poor nutrition and/or diets high in carbohydrates, and to pre-existing conditions such as diabetes and genetic variations that result in improper liver enzyme activity. In the latter case, decreased activity of aldehyde dehydrogenase can result in accumulation of ethanol in the gut, leading to fermentation. Any of these conditions, alone or in combination, could cause ABS, and result in dysbiosis of the microbiome.
Claims of endogenous fermentation of this type have been used as a defense against drunk driving charges.