If you drink, don’t drive – and also keep it polite

If you drink, don’t drive – and also keep it polite

While it’s often difficult to get the car keys out of the hands of a problem drunk, one drunk found that demanding someone else take them can also end violently.

The drunkard, 32, left a bar in Kratie town on Monday in a bad way, staggering and ordering the security guard to fetch his car.

When the guard refused, the customer let fly with expletives about “poor service”, which earned him a beating from the guard.

The drunkard was rushed to hospital, while the guard was arrested. DEUM AMPIL

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