lager lout

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lager lout

A loud, obnoxious drunk man. Primarily heard in UK. When I went to England, I accidentally ended up in a pub filled with lager louts.
See also: lager, lout

a ˈlager lout

(British English) a young man who drinks too much alcohol and then behaves in a noisy and unpleasant way: The police are planning to crack down on lager louts this summer.
See also: lager, lout
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It was more like a week with a load of Blackpool lager louts than a stay at a 4.5* hotel.
He said he will reconsider selling any alcohol if the new service attracts lager louts.
I did see the lager louts were behind me and when I approached a cop, they vanished.
Keith Carton, from Kings Norton, said: "When was the last time anyone can recall coach loads of lager louts turning up for a heavy session?"
If they won't do it, someone else has to before we end up with another generation of live-fast, die-young bevvy merchants, lager louts and ladettes.
To some, and tweedy intellectuals concur with lager louts on this, sport defines national identity.
You might thing I'm being dramatic and that drinking cans on the streets is part and parcel of the fun, but I found out a few days later that one of my colleagues from TV3, reporter Paul Byrne, was battered by some of these lager louts walking back to his hotel after the pageant on Tuesday night.
Massive fines and even a doubling of the normal EUR55 charge is what lager louts can expect if they step out of line.At last some real action against these idiots who get out of their minds week-in, week-out and take up valuable time.
Teenagers who took a leading role when a gang of lager louts attacked star sprinter Jared Deacon have been spared jail.
Or are they talking about stroppy lager louts and girls whose idea of heaven is a Bacardi-and-bloke binge, preferably followed by a punch-up.
A pitched battle involving 200 British lager louts and police erupted on a holiday island.
Which is about as true as saying all young English males who go abroad on holiday are lager louts. Well, perhaps that's a bad comparison.
Your emails and texts Blow to real fans Why does Nic Coward think it necessary to attract the lager louts to the racecourses by encouraging the showing of England's World Cup games on big screens?
(When was the last time anyone can recall coachloads of lager louts turning up for a heavy session?) And, as far as I know, the Saracen's Head doesn't appear in any Real Ale Guides.
George Davies, 73, a retired design engineer from Acklam: "It's the lager louts, who are loud and abusive and don't show any respect or courtesy."