Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Police breathalyse CHILDREN at village disco to stop anti-social behaviour

Children were breathalysed on the door of a village disco to ensure there was no anti-social behaviour from underage drunks inside, it was revealed today.

Teenagers as young as 14 were barred from a the village hall disco after failing the police breath tests.
The worst of the under-age offenders was found to have 65mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood - almost double the legal drink-drive limit of 35mg



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