Oggar wrote:do not hand the officers your pants while you are still standing on the sidewalk. After my 36hrs in the drunk tank I do know what freedom tastes like however. Freedom tastes like booze.
Oggar wrote:After my recent and first stay in detox I can give you some helpful hints to avoid the ride. Firstly if you fall down in some bushes across the street from the front door of the police station and have difficulty extricating yourself from said bushes do not stay there. Second if you have a cell phone it would be helpful to carry it with you so as to have numbers to scroll through when the cops ask you if you might know anyone undrunk who could come and get you. Third do not immediately answer No to the do you know anyone undrunk question when it is asked of you at 4:30am on a Wednesday morning. Four although it is important to be co-operative with law enforcement to avoid jail when they say they should start getting you ready for Detox by getting your belt, keys, shoes, ect., do not hand the officers your pants while you are still standing on the sidewalk. After my 36hrs in the drunk tank I do know what freedom tastes like however. Freedom tastes like booze.
redshift wrote:WTH did they hold you for 36 hrs? I got thrown in to the drunk tank couple of years ago on St.Patrick's day (yeah, I deserved it that day). But they let me go after about 8 or so hrs, didn't even charge me officially.
BBoozer wrote:I just don't get that in the Land of Freedom you can get incarcerated just for being drunk. Here in Belgium, you literarly have to kill somebody while being drunk.
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