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Free Booze! Kutztown Police are Recruiting People to Get Drunk As Fuck


Sounds too good to be true, right? But it is!

Police in Kutztown, Pennsylvania are recruiting three volunteers to get wasted in order to assist with new sobriety tests. And it’s all on the department’s dime!

The event is scheduled to take place on April 4th between 2:30 pm and 7:00 pm. Their criteria for eligibility includes the following

1. Be in good health between the ages of 25 and 40 with no history of drug or alcohol abuse
2. Clean criminal history 
3. Be willing to drink hard liquor to the point of inebriation 
4. Sign a waiver releasing the Borough of Kutztown of any liability
5. Have a sober/responsible party take care and control after the training.

On January 16, they posted the wanted ad on their Facebook page. Not surprisingly it quickly went viral, receiving over 1,000 comments and nearly 2,000 shares at the time of this writing. And some of the comments are hilarious:

Will this count as credit for my community service?

Because of the overwhelming response, the police department closed the offer to future applicants. So unless you offered your valuable services before the post went viral, you’re shit outta luck.

But hey, there’s probably next year!

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