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Posted on Sep. 20, 2015

Canadian Cops Had The Best Response To An Underage Booze Party

They rolled up with chips and salsa for all.

When the RCMP in Saskatchewan heard about an underage frosh party happening in the area, they offered to "bring chips and salsa and a choice of possible charges for the party goers."

"Thanks for the invite to the underage frosh party in the #Lumsden area on Saturday night," read the Saskatchewan RCMP's Facebook post.

It went on to list a range of possible charges for party goes, including:

• Open liquor - $250

• Underage drinking - $360

• Littering – $250

• Providing liquor to a minor - $1050

The legal drinking age in Saskatchewan is 19 years old.

Lots of people gave the cops props for being funny.

But not everyone liked it. This guy complained that "We're breeding a bunch of woosys [sic]" by getting worked up over a bit of underage drinking.

This commenter said parents were aware of the party, and that all car keys are collected to prevent drunk driving.

Facebook: SaskatchewanRCMP

"This is parents and kids planning a party together so they are safe" she said.

The photo of an officer carrying a bowl of chips also attracted a lot of attention. When it comes to chips, Canadians do not fuck around.

"Am I the only one who wants to know what kinda chips???" asked one woman.

Facebook: SaskatchewanRCMP

No, you are definitely not alone.

This guy was hoping for Doritos.

Some considered going to the party just for the chips and salsa.

"Is there still chips or is this a hoax" demanded one man.

Facebook: SaskatchewanRCMP

He also asked if the salsa was spicy because he has acid "reflex." (You meant reflux, dude.)

Then this woman kicked it up a notch: "What about Drugs?"

Facebook: SaskatchewanRCMP

Whoa, easy. We're all just trying to eat some chips and salsa with the RCMP, OK?

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