Police are called on boy selling “ice cold beer”

We’re in the midst of summer, and the weather is becoming hotter—the ideal time for a refreshing drink. That means it’s time for kids all around the nation to take advantage of this by stepping out to the front yard and putting up a good ol’ fashioned lemonade stand.

Nevertheless, one little child had a better plan. He understood what the grownups truly wanted to drink, and his strategy worked well until the police arrived.

On Tuesday, a kid from Brigham City, Utah, put up a drink station that rapidly became popular.

This was the sign he was holding:

The boy seemed to be selling beer. On the one hand, this is rather clever—after all, who doesn’t appreciate a cool one on a hot afternoon?— But on the other hand, this is, of course, worrisome since he is under the age of 21, not to mention that his stand undoubtedly has a liquor license.

Consequently, worried neighbors and passersby called the cops in an attempt to shut down the enterprising child’s illicit alcohol business. Brigham City Police Department officers arrived, ready to take action.

But then they looked closer at his placard… He was, indeed, selling root beer.

Look at the kid’s expression in the shot, as well as the small smiling face in the corner of the placard. That’s the expression of a youngster who has just mastered the art of trolling.

The cops let the kid go about his business. Evidently, business is fine when he isn’t stopped by the cops.

His marketing tactic has resulted in multiple calls to the BCPD, but evidently [it’s] paid off as business has been excellent, the Brigham Police Department stated on Facebook.

This boy is certainly destined for a future in advertising.

This young man, in the area of 600 South 200 East, has a twist on a lemonade stand. Yep, he’s selling beer … ROOT…

Posted by Brigham City Police Department on Tuesday, 16 July 2019
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