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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Booze Matters - Alcohol Fuelled Violence

I am heartily sick and tired of Nanny's daily spewing forth of anti drink propaganda, as indeed are many of my loyal readers.

However, it seems that Nanny may have a point about the dangers of cut price alcohol fuelled violence.

Last night a middle aged male head-butted another middle aged male, whilst a third middle aged male got punched as he tried to break things up. For good measure, a window was smashed. The police were called, and have detained the head-butter.

This disgraceful behaviour, needless to say, took place in a bar where cheap booze was being sold.

Oh, but hang on a minute children, can you guess where the punch up took place?

Yes, that's right, the Strangers' Bar in the House of Commons (you know, the place were MPs drink cut price alcohol).

Can you guess who was involved in the melee?

Yes, that's right, politicians!

Labour MP Eric Joyce head-butted Tory MP Stuart Andrew, and Tory Cllr Luke MacKenzie got punched trying to separate the two men.

There you are folks Nanny is right, cheap booze can be the root cause of violence!

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  1. And the odds that the authorities will shut the place down?

  2. When establishments are closed down, it is usually because the local council or police object to renewing the license based on the establishment's past behaviour.
    I actually wonder whether the Houses of Parliament actually needs a license to sell alcohol, because many laws do not apply within the palace of Westminster.

  3. Lord of Atlantis12:49 PM

    Tonk: from what I've seen of their behaviour, many of our laws of what is considered to be acceptable behaviour do not seem to apply to our 'honourable'members!

  4. Anonymous2:19 PM

    I bet it was the most pansy fight you could imagine. A bit like 2 Italian footballers having 'handbags at 50 paces'.