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Southwell Racecourse have shamed a guest for attempting to sneak a bottle of Vodka past security in a sandwich.
Only alcohol bought at the racecourse is allowed to be consumed on site, so the customer was invited to collect her bottle at the end of the day.
They also shared the attempt on Twitter.
This was spotted by security yesterday, you hide it, we find it! Let us know your witty strapline suggestions and y… https://t.co/xIYIpsGl3F — Southwell Racecourse (@Southwell Racecourse)
You might ask the racecourse if it's a sign their alcoholic drinks were too expensive. You might ask the guest why she didn't wish to go a day without alcohol.
WIll Bowler, marketing assistant, told the Daily Mail:
We had 9,000 people here that day and as usual we allow people to bring their own picnics but no alcohol.We were carrying out the usual checks and then came across this particular lady who had dug out a hole in her baguette and stuffed the vodka inside.
We had 9,000 people here that day and as usual we allow people to bring their own picnics but no alcohol.
We were carrying out the usual checks and then came across this particular lady who had dug out a hole in her baguette and stuffed the vodka inside.
The responses to the racecourse's tweet were lit, obviously:
@Southwell_Races Better luck next time https://t.co/DAcBg4a9Jl — Raymond Tupper (@Raymond Tupper)
@Southwell_Races Perhaps it is a sign that you charge too much for booze. — Keith Hawkins (@Keith Hawkins)
@Southwell_Races V + T in the BLT on the QT?
Foiled by securi-T. — Duncan Edwards (@Duncan Edwards)
We also think we know how they were inspired - a tweet that recently went viral stateside:
Vodka burrito was a success https://t.co/Yk2Gk6y97k — jodie (@jodie)
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