NYPD Rolls Out Underage Drinking Warning in Hell Square

Posted on: August 18th, 2015 at 9:25 am by
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Looky what surfaced right at the northern entrance to Hell Square. Over the weekend, the 7th Precinct rolled out its mobile messaging system beside Katz’s Deli. It’s not much, but something; a passive threat that will likely prove ineffective – “underage drinking will not be tolerated.”

This is one way the NYPD thinks it can battle the rowdiness of this over-saturated playground of nightlife. With (illuminated) words and seemingly empty threats. How about officers on street patrol policing, and not the petting zoo equestrian brigade that just shits all over the streets.

But if this is part of the strategy, why not something more pointed. Here are some suggestions:

Underage drinking will be prosecuted.
Don’t piss on the streets.
Don’t be a dick.
Shut the fuck up.

Are we missing anything?

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