Just one drink on the job won't hurt!

That's pretty much the new policy according to KTBS 3 in Bossier City, Louisiana. This comes after a Louisiana state employee came to work after partying all night and crashed a city truck.

The employee admitted he drank a couple of beers before the crash, but the mayor of Bossier City, Lo Walker said that he was a 'good employee' and not worth losing him over a .02 blood alcohol level.

So, the mayor didn't fire him, instead he came up with a new policy making it legal for city workers to drink on the job as long as they don't exceed a .04 BAC limit.


According to VICE, The bossier City Council President Don Williams is challenging the new policy.

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