From the March 1981 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Many of these items are contrary to AA philosophy. Their publication here does not mean that the Grapevine endorses or approves them; they are offered solely for your information.

Joseph Farrell of Toronto pleaded guilty to robbing a gas station at the point of a bayonet. The holdup was not without difficulty. The court was told that Farrell's mind was so "clouded" by intoxicants that when he wore a pair of women's shorts over his head as a disguise, he stuck his face through one of the leg holes and was later readily identified by the cashier.

-- Star

Toronto, Ontario

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