Jun 24, 2019
Eurostar defends alcohol limits on trains
Eurostar has defended limiting the amount of alcohol passengers can carry on its trains as necessary to "Maintain a pleasant environment". Although Eurostar says it made the changes last year, passengers appear to have only just started to notice. Passenger Claire Tate told the Press Association that the policy was disgusting and she will reconsider using Eurostar in the future. "Eurostar has been around for over 20 years. Why is now a problem? I don't believe society has changed that much," he told PA. Eurostar said the change to its alcohol policy was made last autumn. Eurostar would not say how many customers had been stopped at security checks with too much alcohol since the limits were put in place.
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