Thursday, February 27, 2014

Hidden cameras reveal adults buying alcohol for underage 'teens'

TODAY, February 26, 2014

"Spring break is coming up, and that means underage kids looking to score alcohol.
Underage drinking can turn tragic. Each year, 4,700 people under the age of 21 die from causes related to drinking, from alcohol poisoning to drunk driving accidents. And authorities say it's often an adult supplying the booze.
To test that assertion, TODAY set up an experiment on a Friday afternoon in suburban New Jersey, wiring a liquor store with a hidden camera and hiring two actors, both over 21, to pose as underage teens.
The actors approached nearly two dozen customers to make purchases for them, and none of the men gave them alcohol. But, surprisingly, several women were a different story." Read More

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