More than 6,000 people left queuing in the nation's public houses last Friday when bars closed were "badly let down", an interim report has found.
The New Coalition Government's Drinking Commission said the law should be changed so anyone queuing when last orders is called could still exercise their right to become inebriated and start a fight in a chip shop or over who was in the taxi queue first.
It admitted that revellers had "God-given rights to be furious" and those in charge of managing the UK's hostelries must ensure that it "never happens again".
The report found too many drinkers had been allowed to enter fashionable drinking holes, where it was quite obvious that they had too few staff to cope.
The commission said at least 6000 people were still in queues at hundreds of pubs in 25 UK towns and cities, when the last orders bell sounded at 11pm last Friday evening.
Queuing drinkers 'let down', says Friday night report.
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More than 6,000 people left queuing in the nation's public houses last Friday when bars closed were "badly let down", an interim report has found.Posted 4 years ago #
I want to exercise my right to become inber
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Here, catch! Stars coming your way. Hic.Posted 4 years ago #
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