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Friday, April 7, 2017

It's not even 2 o'clock and people are passed out drunk in Detroit

Posted By on Fri, Apr 7, 2017 at 1:57 PM

It's Opening Day here in Detroit, and we suppose that spring is officially here. Since Opening Day is practically a holiday in Detroit, many metro Detroiters are day drinking away to celebrate the Tigers.

We have received exclusive photos of Tigers fans already passed out drunk outside of Nemo's on 8th St. in Corktown and it's not even 2 o'clock yet.



"People in the area making bets on how many bodies total. Winner gets a drink from each bettor" our source tells us.

click to enlarge CLYDE MOOP.
  • Clyde Moop.

Oh, and then there are these people, too. Hopefully they're getting him an Uber back to Ferndale or wherever.

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  • Clyde Moop.

Stay safe out there, Detroit!

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