P-Safe Report: Boozedan Without the Booze

On Thursday night, two P-safe vehicles drove up to Usdan ready to take action. There had been a complaint about students bringing a handle of alcohol (what else?) to dinner. Visibly pissed and ready to write them up, they marched up the stairs, only to find out that the group had filled the handle with water. A simple smell test was enough. Doesn’t P-safe realize that we would be more stealthy about our alcohol consumption?

At least it was a welcome break from all the parties they’ve crashed lately.

Edit by Zach: Andrew ’15, who brought the handle of water, explains the situation in full:

After a long rugby practice, and having bags of ice taped to your calves… you don’t really feel like using a tiny cup for water… so I used an empty handle. Ya know, before they called psafe on me, they could have just asked what was in the bottle… what a waste of my time.

6 thoughts on “P-Safe Report: Boozedan Without the Booze

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  2. yep, that kid

    remember that time I got hassled for a good fifteen minutes by psafe (tipped off by a concerned parent), and THEN Usdan for the bottle of sparkling cider I had JUST BOUGHT..at weshop?? The cherry was that the psafe officer made me fork over my wescard at the end to write down my info. I refuse to go near the martinellis at weshop ever again.

  3. Andrew

    After a long rugby practice, and having bags of ice taped to your calves… you don’t really feel like using a tiny cup for water… so I used an empty handle. Ya know, before they called psafe on me, they could have just asked what was in the bottle… what a waste of my time.

    1. imnotnice

      it was also fun getting the attention and you struck gold when psafe showed up and you got a wesleying post.

    2. lalala

      for the record, this guy does it around the dorm 24/7, especially chilling in the lounge, and you know it’s just to get a rise out of people/get some attention. Specifically, our uptight RA.

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