It’s been printed in the San Francisco Examiner, (so it must be true):
Captain James Dudley of Central Station in North Beach plans to ask the San Francisco Entertainment Commission to consider making mandatory handstamps specific to a bar or club so police can more easily make connections between specific locations and drunken behavior.
According to the Cap’n, “it would be helpful to be able to track people.”
Will mandatory handstamps make your San Francisco bacchanal safer? Adamcomerford via Flickr
Be sure you don’t spend too much time showing off all your temporary tracking stamps to your friends on the street, as loitering too long in front of a club will soon get you into hot water as well.
Stay safe and have fun!
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