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Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Drunk policemen go berserk in dance bar

"Five drunk police inspectors went berserk in a Malad dance bar recently because the bar was playing soft music instead of the racy Hindi number they wanted to hear," says a Mid Day story, "Item mumber bajao". It continues:
They ordered drinks there and after downing 14 pegs of vodka and rum, called the barman and asked him to change the song that was being played. The dance bar’s cashier Jagannath Rai said, “One of the cops kept saying, ‘Patil saab ko slow gana pasand nahin hai; gana change karo’. But the song (Jab koi baat bigad jaaye) was a request, and we told Patil, we’d change it soon after.” But Rai said the explanation angered Patil, who was allegedly drunk.

I particularly like that bit about "14 pegs of vodka and rum". Must remember to try that combination.
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