We are in the thick of summer, and the temperature is rising quickly. This is the ideal time for a refreshing cold beverage. So this is the perfect time of year for kids all around the country to take advantage of it by going outside to the front lawn and setting up a traditional lemonade stand.
A small boy, though, had a better thought. He planned because he understood what the adults wanted to drink, and it worked until the police arrived.
A boy from Brigham City, Utah, set up a water station on Tuesday, which quickly generated a commotion.
The young man had a sign-up indicating that he was selling alcohol. On the one hand, this is shrewd because who doesn’t like a cold drink on a hot afternoon? Naturally, the fact that he is under 21 and his stand probably lacks a liquor license is very alarming.
Naturally, worried neighbors and bystanders decided to call the police to close down the enterprising youngster’s illegal alcohol business. The Brigham City Police Department dispatched officers who arrived prepared to act.
But afterward, they gave his sign a closer look.
He was indeed selling root beer.
Just take a look at the child’s face in that picture and the tiny smiley face on the sign. That is the expression of a child who has just executed skillful trolling.
When the police are not stopping him, the boy’s business is booming, so the cops let him go about his business.
The Brigham Police stated in a Facebook post that “His marketing tactic has generated multiple calls to the BCPD, but apparently [it’s] paid off as business has been strong.”
This young man has a career in advertising ahead of him.
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