Danish teens being given armbands in bid to prevent underage drinking
Members of Danish school groups currently spending their term break in Prague are being given armbands indicating their age in order to prevent them being served alcohol if they are minors, Tomáš Hulan, a spokesperson for the Prague police, said on Sunday. Danish youths drank heavily, got into fights and destroyed hotel rooms at this time last year, with around 30 ending up in hospital. Danish police officers have come to Prague to help their local colleagues keep the teens in line. Students who are under 18 and take off their designated armbands with a view to deceiving bar staff would receive police attention, said Officer Hulan.