Food & Drink prices at the Footy

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At the Newcastle game, I had a security goon try to tell me I wasn't allowed to bring my camera in.

I asked whether everyone with a mobile phone was likewise going to be denied admission.

Just keep in mind we're not talking about the brightest bulbs in the pack here.
 

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Haha, breath tested before entry to games.... well there goes any chance of me watching the game ;p
 

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Haha, breath tested before entry to games.... well there goes any chance of me watching the game ;p

This has been happening at Shark Park for a long time, although it's not used as widely as it was back in the 90s. It was quite common then, especially amongst underage people.
 
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haha we will wonder why we only have half of the usual crowd at shark park soon.
 

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i seen beer cans cover with a cut up soft drink can . then covered in ice in the 6 pack esky . very sneeky
 

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Best method I've seen is get an old pair of binoculars, screw off the eye pieces and fill with spirits, screw eye pieces back on, away you go.
 

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I think food prices are too expensive for families.

I don't have a family however, so go the liquid meal option.

My issue with Suncorp in this scenario, as others have said is I am paying the same price as a cold corona and lime anywhere else, for a Luke-warm mid strength beer in a plastic cup. Half the time you lose a bunch of it on the way back to your seat as well, just to make matters worse.
 
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