Wednesday , 18 October 2017

Drummer learned that passing gas in a bar can cost you

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A drummer playing a show at a Washington D.C. bar learned the hard way that breaking wind can cost a lot of money.

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The band had just got back on stage for the second half of their set when the drummer let one rip for all to smell. Apparently it was such a rancid fart that he had to crack a window. Seems reasonable, right? You know you’ve been there. However, him cracking the window turned out to be a costly mistake.

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Washington D.C. law states that windows in bars must be closed past 1:30 AM if live music is being played. Because the drummer cracked a window past 1:30, the bar was given a ticket for $500. That’s a steep price for cutting the cheese. The owner of the bar was not a happy camper, but he does have the opportunity to appeal it.

There is a serious lesson that we can all take away from this, though. Never trust a fart.

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