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Canadian Police: Nickelback Part of Punishment for Drunken Driving

Newsmax Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Canadian police are threatening would-be drunken drivers with Nickelback, promising to play one of the band's old albums in the police cruiser on the way to jail.
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Canada has done it again. Police officials in a small Prince Edward Island town have threatened their citizens with a harsh punishment for drunk driving. They promise they'll be looking for "those dumb enough to feel they can drink and drive." On top of a large fine, criminal charge, and a year's...

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