A school bus driver was recently fired after being caught drinking White Claw on the job. The driver, who claimed she was unaware that the drink contained alcohol, has caused quite a stir on social media.
A school bus driver has lost her job for drinking White Claw while on duty. Her excuse was that she did not know the beverage contained alcohol. The incident has generated a lot of buzz on social media platforms.
The incident took place in Massachusetts, where the legal blood alcohol limit for drivers is 0.02%. After a student reported the driver for drinking, she was asked to take a breathalyzer test, which revealed that she had a blood alcohol level of 0.12%.
This happened in Massachusetts, where the legal limit for drivers is 0.02% BAC. The driver was reported by a student for drinking, and when asked to take a breathalyzer test, her BAC level was found to be 0.12%.
The driver had reportedly consumed three cans of White Claw, which is a hard seltzer brand that contains 5% alcohol. The driver claims that she thought the drink was simply carbonated water and was unaware that it contained alcohol.
According to reports, the driver had consumed three cans of White Claw, a hard seltzer brand with 5% alcohol content. The driver argued that she believed the drink was just carbonated water and had no idea that it contained alcohol.
The bus company that employed the driver has a zero-tolerance policy for alcohol consumption on the job. As a result, the driver was immediately terminated.
The bus company that hired the driver has a strict no-alcohol policy for employees during working hours. Consequently, the driver was fired immediately.
The incident has sparked a debate on social media about the responsibility of the driver and whether or not she should have known that the drink contained alcohol. Some have criticized the driver for not being more careful, while others have argued that the packaging of the drink could have been more clear about its alcohol content.
The incident has sparked a social media debate about the driver’s responsibility and whether or not she should have been aware of the drink’s alcohol content. Some have criticized the driver for being careless, while others argued that the packaging of the drink should have been more explicit about its alcohol content.
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