Parenting FAIL: Child Drinks Beer at Phillies Game

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Puking?  Check.

Tasers?  Check.

Beer guzzling 3 year olds?  Check.

The guys at TheFightins.com first noticed this during yesterday's broadcast.  A kid drinking from a 16 oz. plastic Miller Lite bottle.

Now the real question… is there anything in the bottle?  It's possible the kid is just playing with an empty pop, but other videos (now removed by MLB) show the little guy taking at least two swigs with no intervention from Dad. 

Now, I used to be allowed to take little supervised sips from my Dad's beer when I was like 14, but 3 (or so) is pushing it.

MyFoxPhilly, Deadspin, and Yahoo have already picked up the story.  You can expect to be seeing it on a national newscast soon too…

Video after the jump.


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4 Responses

  1. Empty. If it’s less than full, you’d see some liquid sloshing around even though the bottle is brown–it’s still not opaque enough. And like bllfish said, if it was too full for sloshing, a kid of that size can’t lift it even if the container is plastic.

  2. i think we should focus more on the opaqueness. that’s definitely a key factor in all this. way to go guys.

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