You Can Conceal Your Alcohol in Bread Where It's Considered a Contraband Drink

By: Amelia Roblin - May 4, 2015
References: sfweekly & collegetimes
When security and law enforcement are tight, some young adults go to lengths as great as hiding alcohol in bread in order to smuggle it into events. Guards working at the admission to music festivals and the like are on the lookout for bottles of spirits and beer and flasks of all kinds, but they're often likely to miss more creative attempts at drink concealing such as this.

Festival-goers have posted their successful endeavors to bring in and bootleg booze on public grounds. A 40-ounce bottle can be clandestinely stashed in a big loaf of bread by the process of careful cutting and hollowing of baked goods. This volume may be enough for one person to last a full weekend, or for several to share. Mickies and minibar-sized containers can more easily be disguised in smaller bread rolls and pastries for facilitating clever single-serving contraband.

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