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So - do you drink on the school run then?

(13 Posts)
Hulababy Mon 05-Oct-09 13:41:46

School wants ban on drinking near premises

Apparantly some parents do, even on the morning run at 8:30am! Jut heard of it on BBC news, but only link is from DM paper.

So, is this happening near you?! Surely it can't be that common an incident!

Have to say I haven't noticed it at DD'ss school or where I work. Might have to check those water bottles more carefully perhaps

southeastastra Mon 05-Oct-09 13:43:19

blokes booze outside the school here in the summer, classy innit.

Ledodgy Mon 05-Oct-09 13:44:23

Only out of a nice silver hip flask.

TitsalinaBumsquash Mon 05-Oct-09 13:45:56

I wouldn't dream of it but know a couple who do, everyday.

hobbgoblin Mon 05-Oct-09 13:46:54

there's a discarded vodka bottle outside our school. is near the head's parking space hackcherly

Pyrocanthus Mon 05-Oct-09 13:59:12

The DM link doesn't work, but here's the BBC report.

bibbitybobbityCAT Mon 05-Oct-09 14:00:42

Only on a Friday wink

bibbitybobbityCAT Mon 05-Oct-09 14:01:36

Seriously, its tragic though, no laughing matter.

What hope have the poor dc got being brought up in households like that? sad

hullygully Mon 05-Oct-09 14:02:39

There is nothing wrong with a little snifter to set one up for the day.

fatzak Mon 05-Oct-09 14:08:16

I have just seen that too Hulababy on Look North! My first thought was to wonder if anyone was talking about it on MN grin

SomeGuy Mon 05-Oct-09 14:31:13

there is already a thread about this:

Hulababy Mon 05-Oct-09 14:38:29

I knew there had to be a MN thread on it. I only looked for today's posts though, as hadn't heard it on news until today.

Snorbs Mon 05-Oct-09 23:15:14

Where I live is by no means a deprived area but I've noticed a few parents who often turn up reeking of booze to drop off and pick up their kids. My ex is one of them sad

I've not (yet) seen anyone openly drinking near the school itself; around here they're more likely to be knocking back the wine and gin at home rather than swigging out of cans in the street.

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