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The nick for drunkards


The new, harder legislation concerning drunkenness in the air also applies to passengers. Before, any tipsy people (or blind drunk if we’re making things plain) could be denied boarding.

Those who get drunk on board, and disturbed others, have only risked getting a fine, as long as they haven’t compromised safety on board. But now a drunk, troublesome passenger can be given a prison sentence of up to six months.   

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