Norwich drinkers face breath tests
Pub doormen in Norwich are to conduct breath tests on punters before deciding whether to let them in.
Thirty bars and clubs in the city are taking part in a month's trial to help revellers gain "better knowledge" about their boozing.
Police have told Norwich's licence holders they are "expected to be responsible" about who they let in, but no actual alcohol limit has been introduced.
Venues taking part will bear the slogan: "Are you trollied? #DeepBreath".
Insp Ed Brown of Norfolk Police said: "These kits will allow door staff to better gauge how much alcohol someone has had and in turn help them refuse entry to someone who is too drunk.