Canadian Police Department Institutes New Punishment for Drunk Drivers: Having to Listen to Nickelback
A couple of years ago, police in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho established themselves as the United States’ premiere law enforcement agency when they detained two young men simply for uttering the name of the band “Nickelback.” Now, police in Kensington, Prince Edward Island — that’s in Canada, dummies — have one-upped the Coeur d’Alene P.D. by utilizing Nickelback as an active deterrent against drunk drivers.
Wow. So I guess Canada doesn’t have laws against cruel and unusual punishment? Huh. That’s too bad, but I mean, good for them. If this doesn’t lower the rate of drunk driving in Kensington, nothing will.
[via Rock Feed]