"Did you give a beer to a teenager?" 27 August 2010

"Did you give a beer to a teenager?" 27 August 2010
Date
2010
Ref
DCDL-0015474
Description

As two police officers question a corner shop owner about whether he gave a beer to a teenager, a huge truck carrying alco-pops, fizz and booze in various flavours tears past. Refers to the government's new liquor laws which are supposed to curb the amount of binge drinking among young people - the cartoon suggests that the wrong person is being targeted.

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Slane, Christopher, 1957-: Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly
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1 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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