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Meanwhile, Islamabad Margallah police station arrested four persons of a criminal gang involved in looting citizens after intoxicating them and pick pocketing activities.
Resolution 9582 of the Commission on Elections says that "it shall be unlawful for any person, including owners and managers of hotels and establishments to sell, furnish, offer, buy, serve, or take intoxicating liquor anywhere in the Philippines.
Further, a preliminary human study found Blu-Cetin successfully alleviated typical hangover symptoms and found that it may reduce the intoxicating effects of alcohol consumption.
17) Similarly, a social host who served intoxicating liquors to a guest could not be found liable for injuries resulting from the guest's voluntary intoxication.
ISLAMABAD, April 19, 2011 (Balochistan Times): National Highways & Motorway Police (NH&MP) Monday arrested two professional pick pockets red-handedly who were allegedly involved in many cases of looting passengers of buses by offering them intoxicating food items and tablets to them.
In another case the driver of a car purchased a six-pack of beer from defendant store having not consumed any alcohol or intoxicating substance that day.
But fears about the intoxicating effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical that causes the cannabis "high", led to a ban on sales in the 1930s.
In Northumbria the number of violent crimes committed under the influence of intoxicating substances rose by 12%.
A temperance newspaper proclaimed, typically, that "[n]o man can drink intoxicating liquors .
Aside from the plant's physical beauty, the intoxicating fragrance of its flowers is legendary.
The older men take the mashed-up root and pour cold water over it, a proces that yields an intoxicating greenish-brown beverage called kava.
has invented "Blend's(R)" the World's first commercially available intoxicating ice cream, in classic ice cream drink flavors.