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When I was 21, on Halloween night, I was walking back to my dorm when I was stopped by campus security. The only thing I had on me was a was an empty cup from Taco Bell, that the officer took from me, opened, smelled, and told me I was under arrest for being in possession of an open container (*insert troll face*). Why did I not just throw the cup away? I have no idea, I had been drinking. And to be perfectly honest, I had no f'ing clue that ANYTHING that has at one time previously contained alcohol in it, regardless of being an actual alcoholic container (e.g. a beer can or vodka bottle), could net you an "open container". I asked the prosecuting attorney, "So then technically, if one was bringing an opened wine bottle to a dinner party, he or she could get arrested?" And he said, "technically, yes."
TLDR; Does the aforementioned arrest pose any real significance to the committee? (I am aware they have to be made known of it).
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And ya, that was pretty funny. Also, drinking out of a taco bell cup? Really?
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