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Norwich Police Check Your Lungs For Legal Substances

by | 2nd, December 2013



NORWICH night owls are being invited to blow hard  as they enter 30 of the city’s clubs. Norfolk police have issued the venues with breathalysers to help revellers gain “better knowledge” of their drinking.

So in touch are the police that the practise of testing free people for legal substances carries a hashtag. Venues testing patrons for booze boast the sign “Are you trollied? #DeepBreath”.  These venues should be avoided. They are a kite mark for twattishness.

It’s the kind of patronising balls the tea-total police engage in. Adults are reduced to the role of lab rats being tested on a night out. Police say “clubs will be expected to be responsible”. Because it’s responsible for a stranger a bouncer, for gawd’s sake to approach a woman and tell her to blow into his device.

Insp. Ed Brown of Norfolk Police assures us: “These kits will allow door staff to better gauge how much alcohol someone has had and in turn help them refuse entry to

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