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Canadian Police Will Punish Drunk Drivers by Making Them Listen to Nickelback

Cruel and unusual punishment, eh? Canadian authorities are cracking down on drunk drivers this holiday season in an unusual — but hilarious — way.

The Kensington Police Service said in a Facebook post on Saturday, November 26, that any residents who are caught drinking and driving will be forced to listen to the notoriously unpopular band Nickelback’s 2001 album, Silver Side Up.

“So, the Holiday Season is upon us and that means more social events, staff parties and alcohol based libations,” the police department wrote. “Now, Because of that fact, it logically means more people need to plan their nights driving duties. To save any problems at the end of the night, know ahead of time who is the Designated Driver. Write down the number to a cab company or plan to stay over at friends. Anything and everything you can do to eliminate the chances of drinking and driving.”

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