The Weirdest Drinking Laws Currently Enforced In America
Throughout the great country we call America, police officers, state troopers, and other law enforcement have all cracked down on Drinking and Driving. It isn’t worth it, seriously, make sure you have a DD. Other than the crystal clear law of “no drinking and driving” what are some of the weirdest drinking laws in America? What laws are currently enforced? We have that list inside today’s beer break.
In Iowa Don’t Waste Your Beer And Pour It Down The Sink
Fact: Bartenders aren’t allowed to pour anything down the drain in front of an officer. Under Iowa code 123 section 120, any liquid at all that is “destroyed” in the presence of an officer is automatically considered to have been an illegal alcoholic product. Don’t waste your beer and pour it down the drain!
In Kansas It’s Nearly Impossible To Get Drunk Or Run A Bar
Kansas is nuts. Anything stronger than 4.0% ABV can not be sold in grocery stores or gas stations. It’s even scarier trying to obtain a license to run a liquor store, prospective owners must be an American citizen for ten years, a Kansan for four, can not be employed in law enforcement, and must never have been convicted of a felony, a crime of moral turpitude, or any alcohol offense. If you’re married, your spouse has to meet the same requirements. Good luck!
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