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Alaska’s Strange Drinking Law

Discussion in 'News' started by Flowerchild, Oct 10, 2020.

  1. Flowerchild

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    Here’s a head-scratcher. In Alaska, If you frequent a bar, get intoxicated, and remain on the premises, you will be breaking the law in Alaska. So, were all scratching our heads on this one, right?

    In 2012, Alaskan police officers started using plain-clothes officers to rigorously proceed to every bar in Alaska to identify and detain suspects. The statute states that an intoxicated person can not, on purpose, join or hang out anywhere that alcohol is being sold. I wonder what happens if they accidentally go where alcohol is being served (like a club or party)?

    The fact that Alaska detected the need to impose such a law would lead us to believe that maybe the residents of Alaska nay have been having a little too much fun, consequently, most people in Alaska probably do their crapulence at home.
     

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