Hoosier Hangover: Over 100 People Arrested at IU Football Game, Plus a Nicely Captured Fingerblast

by 5 years ago

State excise officers were out in full force this past weekend in Bloomington, Ind., arresting 188 individuals, more than 100 of which were arrested during the Ball State and IU football game.

Saturday officers arrested 110 people on 129 charges at Memorial Stadium.

An additional 10 people were arrested on 12 charges after the game, eight of which were minors. 106 minors were arrested for illegal consumption. Eight of the minors were under the age of 18, the youngest being 15.

Underage drinking, AKA the crime of all crimes that no one has ever done before, ESPECIALLY by anybody, looks to be an epidemic at IU. Let's pray the school gets over this unequivocally disturbing trend, gets on with living their lives, then rightfully celebrates by cracking one or two twelve Nattys. 

“Regulating the distribution of alcohol is crucial to public safety,” Indiana State Excise Superintendent Matt Strittmatter said in a press release. “Our agency will continue to ensure the access of alcohol to minors is limited.”

Amidst the police crackdown however, it looks like there was at least one lucky Bro and gal pal. Props to @IUWonka for the capture. 

[H/T: BSUDaily News, via Busted Coverage]

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