Proposed booze ban ruffles Ho Chi Minh City feathers
Traffic police want to ban all alcohol sales past 11 p.m. to cut down on drunk-driving, but most others agree such a prohibition would not solve the problem or be the slightest bit enforceable Local patrons enjoy an evening drink at one of Ho Chi Minh City's many sidewalk eateries, where alcohol is nearly always available.
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Since: Nov 10
#1 May 13, 2013
A ban on booze after 11 pm won't help at all, they are already drunk by 8 o'clock
#2 May 13, 2013
if the Authority imposing the ban on ALCOHOL after 11pm,
THEN IT WILL EFFECTING THE TRADE, let them trade fine those consumers over limited,and fine those drink driver taking them to court,hit their pocket,
with the law court,,hammer.
any once those riding with out insurance,then their motor bike will be confiscate,,
like traffic law in UK,
INCREASING MORE POLICE PATROLLING THE STREET,,
STOPPING THOSE JUMPING TRAFFIC,,FINE HEAVILY, that is vietnamese Authirity must do now,,
#3 May 14, 2013
bac ky LUVin alchohol 2 let dem forgit dat dey r always poor and get 3 k usd a yeer
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