More towns banning alcohol consumption in public places

19-09-2013

An increasing number of towns and cities are introducing a ban on drinking alcoholic beverages in public places, Czech Television reports. At the present time 300 towns and cities have placed restrictions on drinking alcohol, with a prohibition on public transport, some streets, parks and in the vicinity of schools and playgrounds. Prague councillors will soon meet to debate a proposal that would double the number of locations where alcohol is banned. The fine for violating this regulation is 1,000 crowns.