Keep in mind the Canadian police compel that said it would constrain drunk drivers to listen to Nickelback while in way to jail?
It’s singing an another tune now: Sorry.
In another Facebook post, Constable Robb Hartlen of Kensington police said he didn’t precisely consider his activities when he thought of his virtuoso arrangement.
“Our post became an international story. And somewhere in the noise, the message of Don’t Drink and Drive was overshadowed by negativity towards the band I said I would play if you did,” he said.
Hartlen also apologized to the band.