Rubbish. I've drunk lager at least three times a week for ten years and never been drugged, worse luck.
Compare this to the UK where drink spiking is rife. People in Poland actually leave drinks lying, unlike in the UK where you'd have to be an absolute moron to do so.
my friend for your information is not BRITISH.
American then. Or possibly Asian.
and secondly how the f*** can you not remember what has happened to you when you've only had three pints.
Strong lager will do that to a man. Three pints of Warka Strong to someone who can't handle his booze is quite a lot. Anyway, it was two pints above, now it's three - was it actually ten?
i can assure you he was stripped naked when he arrived at the clinic. they had his cloths you F***ing twat.
Well, if he was struggling, fighting the police and being an general arse, what better way to deal with him than to strip him naked and tie him to a bed? It's much better than being up in court the following morning on a drunk and disorderly charge.
My warning is to those who visit poland to be careful, it's not like the UK where you would be locked up at night and told exactly what your doing there.
True, it's not like the UK, where the police routinely beat protestors, where the police routinely harrase innocent photographers under 'terrorism' laws and all sorts of other fun things that the British police get upto. I mean, the Great British Police would never dream of putting drugs in black people's pockets when doing a search, just to bust them, would they?
Futher to your half hearted reply investigations showed that he was indeed drugged.
Are you sure he wasn't taking drugs? Not uncommon for foreigners to go somewhere and to try and score drugs. Of course, blaming others is a good way to excuse your behaviour when high on drugs.
Its the way he was trreated in the clinic that discussed me. Where we come from a couple of pints is just socialising, my firend would need to be drinking for at least several hours solid before he would even show the signs of being drunk. and certainly not the type of person to cause a scene.
Right, because all foreigners in Poland are well behaved. The fact that he can fairly knock back the booze suggests at a drink problem on his part, and goes quite a long way to explain why he was taken to the drunk tank.