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Bud Light Criticized For Handing Out Free Beer


A truck pulls up to a public place and begins to hand out free energy drinks. It’s a common scene, one you’ve no doubt seen and likely had no beef with. But what if those free drinks were beer? And what if the people receiving them were homeless people? That’s exactly what went down in Liverpool in the UK, where city officials are criticizing a promotional campaign by Bud Light. Another homeless man said he ended up with a “trolley full” of free beer.

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