booze can


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booze can

An establishment (e.g., a nightclub or bar) that sells or provides alcoholic beverages illegally and/or after hours. I know a great booze can downtown that only lets you in if you know the password.
See also: booze, can
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The Queslett Nature Reserve, in Great Barr, has already benefited from four litter picks over the summer, but the latest recovered bags of booze cans and bottles.
l Police will regain the power to seize unopened booze cans from underage public drinkers.
The kitchen surfaces were also covered with empty booze cans.
A MINISTER wants to build his new kirk out of booze cans.
The bloodied remains of a river duck were found at Fazeley, near Tamworth, surrounded by a number of empty booze cans and half-full bottles.
The 21-Bill programme will be dominated by law and order: l Police will be given the power to snatch unopened booze cans from teeny tipplers, long demanded by Wirral South MP Ben Chapman.
Several youngsters have already been stopped and had booze cans and bottles taken off them.
Next year, police will be able to confiscate both opened and unopened booze cans brandished by underage drinkers in town and city centres.