A drunk in Tel Aviv is no longer the problem, according to a new report from the Jerusalem Post.
A group of Israelis recently went to the beach for a picnic, but they weren’t very merry, according a report by the Jerusalem-based Jewish Journal.
Instead, they fell asleep in a nearby parking lot.
When the sun came up, a young couple who was sitting in the front seat took a look and noticed that they were covered in beer.
“We are the kind of people who drink beer in Telos and drink it in our homes,” one of them said.
“The beer is for the holidays.
We don’t know why they did it.”
The couple, who requested anonymity, explained that they wanted to drink in the heat of summer.
They also didn’t want to have to go through the hassle of driving back and forth between their homes and their workplace, which is located just across the street.
When the young couple decided to head back to their house, they noticed the beer was still there.
They got up and went outside.
When they opened the car door, the car was empty.
“What is wrong with us?
We don of course want to go back to our house.
But we can’t go home to a house that is empty,” the young man told the Jewish Journal, adding that they had just finished their picnic.”
I didn’t drink a single sip of beer in my entire life,” the man added.”
But the beer is now the problem,” the Jewish journalist said.
The man and his girlfriend told the Jerusalem paper that they will not stop drinking the beer in their homes for the next several days.
They are planning to take their story to the authorities.
“This is just the tip of the iceberg.
It will only get worse,” the article stated.
More: The Israeli tourism office is not recommending that tourists drink alcoholic beverages in Teles.
“We encourage everyone to avoid all alcoholic beverages.
It is better to avoid alcohol altogether and to be aware of what you are drinking,” the tourism office said.