We want you to enjoy your time at Brookes, and do safely.
If you don’t like drinking, don’t feel like you have to. You won’t be the only person who doesn’t want to drink.
Drink spiking occurs when a substance, such as drugs or alcohol, is added to your drink without you knowing about it.
Tips to help avoid drink spiking:
If you think your drink has been tampered with, don’t touch it. Let the people you are with, and venue staff, know. If you feel unwell, someone you trust should take you to the nearest A&E and let the staff know you think your drink has been spiked.
You can find out more about the effects of alcohol from:
Drinkaware - they have a tool that helps you track your drinking and lots of information.
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