German Police Encourage England Fans To Smoke Cannabis Instead Of Drinking Ahead Of EURO 2024

Date: 15-06-2024 4:25 pm (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
- at 15-06-2024 04:25 PM (1 month ago)

As excitement builds for EURO 2024, an unexpected advisory from German police has created a buzz among English football fans. According to reports, German authorities have issued a surprising recommendation to England supporters: smoke cannabis instead of consuming alcohol during the tournament.

This unconventional advice comes as Germany prepares to host one of the world's most eagerly anticipated sporting events. With thousands of fans expected to flock to the country, police are taking proactive measures to ensure the safety and well-being of visitors and locals alike.

Reports suggest that the rationale behind this advisory is rooted in concerns over alcohol-induced violence and disorder, which have historically plagued major football tournaments. By encouraging the use of cannabis, which is legal in small amounts in certain German states, police hope to mitigate the risk of alcohol-fueled disturbances.

"Alcohol has been a major factor in numerous incidents of hooliganism and public disorder during previous tournaments," a spokesperson for the German police stated. "We believe that encouraging the use of cannabis, which tends to have a more calming effect, could lead to a more peaceful and enjoyable experience for everyone involved."

The advisory has sparked a range of reactions from fans and officials alike. Some supporters appreciate the forward-thinking approach, while others are skeptical about its practicality and potential consequences.

"At the end of the day, we all want to enjoy the game and have a good time," said John Smith, an England fan planning to attend the matches. "If smoking a bit of cannabis instead of drinking helps keep things peaceful, I'm all for it. But I think it's going to be a bit strange for many of us who are used to a few pints before the game."

Critics, however, have raised concerns about the implications of such a policy, particularly given the varying legal status of cannabis across different German states. "It's a bit of a legal minefield," said German lawyer Hannah Müller. "While small amounts of cannabis are tolerated in some regions, it's still illegal in others. Fans need to be aware of the local laws to avoid any legal trouble."

In response to these concerns, German police have assured fans that they will be providing clear guidelines and information on local regulations. They have also emphasized that public safety and order remain their top priorities.

As EURO 2024 approaches, it remains to be seen how this advisory will impact the behavior of fans and the overall atmosphere of the tournament. However, one thing is certain: German authorities are determined to ensure a safe and enjoyable event for everyone, even if it means thinking outside the box.

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Posted: at 15-06-2024 04:25 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- gogoman at 15-06-2024 04:43 PM (1 month ago)
they want those hooligans to mellow lol
Posted: at 15-06-2024 04:43 PM (1 month ago) | Grande Master
- Dopybadass at 15-06-2024 07:04 PM (1 month ago)
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Posted: at 15-06-2024 07:04 PM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac