Especially during softball games... and really especially during the annual Dunmore tourny...
Make counter accusations...
CourtOfficer wrote:Open liquor is illegal and you most certainly do open yourself up to the possibiity of getting a ticket. You're an applicant, so I would certainly reconsider committing that offence.
Yup, welcome to Ontario where everything you do has a rule, great way to encourage tourism.
I'll take a car race, show event or game any day in the U.S. over here. In fact, we only usually attend one event here, and I doubt we will bother this year. There is absolutely nothing wrong with having a beer or two at an event, and as long as you are not driving, or drunk, there is no issue. Been doing it for 20 years or more at events in the U.S. where it's legal and never once had any of our group drive where they would have been remotely close to being over.
Ontario needs to change some of it's liquor laws to be more realistic, but until then, no wobbly pops in a public place.
Enjoying a cold Yuenglings Premium right now, great PA beer !
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OPPAux wrote:Yeah, tailgate parties are not the model for police applicants. Like CO said, if you're in the process you should be EXTRA careful about being involved in, or around, any illegal activity. It's not really that hard, after the game just go home.....
Hey it is only a liquor ticket after all, you guys make out to be a criminal offence. I see no problem sticking around with the boys and if you are worried about a ticket, do not drink.
A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to
take everything you have.--Thomas Jefferson
If this person is a shitrat, then they get the ticket either way.
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