A Canadian police force has threatened to play Nickelback to any drunk drivers they arrest over the holiday season. Lee Roth / Star Max via AP Images Cops in Kensington, Prince Edward Island, are reminding people to plan ahead before getting smashed: Have a designated driver, take a cab, or stay over at a friend's house. And for those "dumb enough to feel they can drink and drive," there will be some serious consequences, the cops said in a Facebook post. In addition to a fine, a criminal charge, and a one-year driving suspension, they will also play Nickelback "in the cruiser on the way to jail." The Kensington police warned that anyone "foolish enough to get behind the wheel after drinking" could expect "a little Chad Kroeger and the boys" as a gift. View this post on Facebook Facebook: KtownPolice Here's the police force's unopened cassette tape of the band's 2001 masterpiece Silver Side Up."You don't drink and drive and we won't make you listen to it," they said.And not having to listen to Nickelback may be the greatest gift of all.