Do you want water with that?

Police chief blames supermarkets for Binge Britain by selling alcohol 'cheaper than water'
"Why is it we have got ourselves into a position where lager is being sold cheaper than water?" asked the former chief constable of Sussex, who now speaks on behalf of the country's senior police officers.
Simple. It's because there are idiots out there prepared to cough up £1-32 for a litre of fizzy Scottish tap water. It's not that lager is too cheap, it's that water is too dear! 

In any case, are these binge-drinking youngsters actually buying their booze at supermarkets? I find that hard to believe. I suggest taking a closer look at our wonderful local shops for the answer.