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Listerine Bottle Gets Driver In Trouble For 'Open Container'

January 18, 2005

ADRIAN, MI – Michigan police say a driver denied drinking alcohol, but admitted to downing three glasses of Listerine mouthwash. The driver was arrested in Michigan for drunken driving, according to the Associated Press. Police said they tested the driver when she showed signs of intoxication after her car rear-ended another. According to police, the driver’s blood-alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit. Police said they'll also seek a warrant charging her with having open container of booze in the vehicle, the bottle of Listerine. Original formula Listerine has nearly 27-percent alcohol, more than four times that of many malt liquors.
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