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Dad & Son Are Kicked Out Of A Football Game For Having His Son Hold His Beer?!

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Underage drinking is bad on so many levels, but this is a bit ridiculous.

John Coulter was at the Arizona Cardinals preseason game on Saturday and wanted to take a picture.

So, like any human being, he handed his 15-year-old son his cup of beer for a few moments while he snapped a shot.

In that time, undercover officers from the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control confronted him, and made them LEAVE the game!

The duo didn’t get arrested, but they did get a trespassing citation, which is totally weird because they clearly had tickets.

Coulter sounds like a reasonable guy, and it’s a scenario that probably happens at events everywhere.

Ch-ch-check out the story (above) and tell us if you think the authorities were too hard on this dad.

And for the love of ASkars, don't hand your alcoholic beverages to someone else, because you never know who's watching.

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2 comments to “Dad & Son Are Kicked Out Of A Football Game For Having His Son Hold His Beer?!”

  1. Katie says – reply to this


    It's actually not so ridiculous if you think about it. This guy had no intention of letting his kid drink the beer, but there ARE people who hand their kids booze because "they're watching". In Ohio, where I live it's illegal to sell alcohol to a parent who has their underage kid carry it up to the register for them. They can't even just send the kid outside with it and come back. The sale has to be refused or the employee will be fired, fined and possibly jailed.

    No offense but even if your intentions are the purest, you're not worth my job, my money or my freedom.

  2. @v@ says – reply to this


    How very jackboot of them. Where has common sense gone? Yet nothing happened to Corzine. Unbelievable.