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in the bag

April 22, 2015

"Police say using a paper bag to cover a beer bottle doesn’t save you from violating the open-container law.

People are not allowed to “open a bottle, can or other receptacle containing liquor in a public place,” possess those items in a public place or consume liquor in a public place, according to the Seattle Municipal Code.

Officers have to determine that someone is drinking alcohol, but the smell or behaviors of the person carrying the bag are typically a giveaway, police spokesman Mark Jamieson said earlier this year. The bag also looks suspicious.

“If you’re drinking a bottle of milk, why do you need the bag?” he said.

The fine for violating the open container law is $27."


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matt pinter said...

a coozie made by those guys down at DANK bags always seemed to do the trick and allowed me to disappear and sit on the steps of a giant office building or sit on a planter box in front of a courthouse and down countless cans of beer hiding in plain sight. 12oz 16oz 24oz whatever it takes

Posted April 24, 2015 07:27 AM | Reply to this comment

Skarmageddon v1 said...

Since the courts banned the ban on having guns in city parks, I've been using this: http://www.isoaker.com/Info/History/1987_17_edit1024.jpg I just fill it up with beer or whisky. No brown bag. Nothing suspicious. Plus my friends now think I look cool and treat me as such.

Posted April 29, 2015 12:46 PM | Reply to this comment

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