Kenosha police warn there’s ‘still laws when drinking Claws’

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KENOSHA — Despite the popular saying, “Ain’t no laws when you’re drinking Claws,” Kenosha police are warning people that when drinking alcohol, laws still apply.

White Claw Hard Seltzers have been a hot trend this summer.

Many companies have created their own hard seltzers including Pabst Blue Ribbon, Natural Light and Four Loko.

The now-popular expression reportedly originated on YouTube by Trevor Wallace — a comedian. Watch the video below:

Kenosha police on Monday, Aug. 19 took to Facebook to share their warning. The post reads:

“Recently we have heard the saying going around “Ain’t no laws when you’re drinking Claws.” We are here to remind you that even when you’re drinking White Claws, laws still do apply! Remember to drink responsibly and NEVER drink and drive!”

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