High Liners Need to Hide Their Booze Better

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Smarten up or sober up!

Of all the parks in New York City, the High Line had the most tickets issued for public drinking this year. Specifically, "15 percent of the 753 tickets issued for illegal drinking," according to the Post. Technically, the park is alcohol-free — thirsty tourists, buzzed couples, and beer-dreaming Google employees alike are directed to the Porch, the park's official bar. But seriously, isn't this what Snapple bottles are made for? [NYP]