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Pattaya: 4 AM opening is great - but pubs must be "socially responsible"

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That would be more honest if it read brothels should be more socially responsible, nobody goes there just to drink beer.

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Licensees should be prosecuted for serving drunken people and drivers for driving with excess alcohol. Both are the job of the police in a civilised country.

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15 minutes ago, Classic Ray said:

Licensees should be prosecuted for serving drunken people and drivers for driving with excess alcohol. Both are the job of the police in a civilised country.

True but good luck with that.

 

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Responsible? Sorry, nobody want that heavy load on their shoulders.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

1. Pubs and club must not allow any under 20's to drink in their establishments. 

but boom boom OK.

1 hour ago, webfact said:

2. The clubs should have alcohol testing stations to determine when patrons are over the limit. If they are the clubs should get them a cab or public transport or have a service in place to take them home themselves. 

Doctor Evil saying "Righhhhttttt."

1 hour ago, webfact said:

3. An area should be set up where tourists can get a fair price for public transport to take them home. 

Doctor Evil says "Righhhhttttt" again.

 

 

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Seems the honorable farang bar manager types will ensure responsible activities from opening to closing.

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