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Foul-mouthed drunks at stadium.

I was dismayed, though I must admit, not surprised, to read how Menna Richards' day at the Principality Stadium was ruined recently by drunken louts. (Echo, March 1). She speaks of the sorry behaviour of foul mouthed drunks whose antics and language spoiled the day for her seven-year-old son.

Has the time not come to ban the consumption of alcohol during these increasingly unruly affairs? I am not allowed to so much as sip half a lager during games at a half empty Cardiff City Stadium, yet these louts can purchase four pints at a time during each game, with little or no regard for those around them. Increasingly we hear tales from the police about unrest and disorder at rugby internationals and now small children have to put up with these yobs.

David Collins Pontprennau, Cardiff

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 2, 2016
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