Thirsty Americans may soon be pulled over in their living rooms – and slapped with a WUI.
Working under the influence.
A new study from Alcohol.org shows that people stuck working at home all over the country may be pounding down cold ones in between Zoom conference calls with the boss.
Beer’s the beverage of choice. More than one-third reported that they’re more likely to drink in isolation during the coronavirus quarantine.
States leading the plastered pack are Virginia and Rhode Island. Half their citizens reported drinking on the job while working remotely.
Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Idaho, Nevada and Montana staggered in second at with about 40%.
In California and New York, 38% say they aren’t afraid of a cocktail — or six — while “at work.”
A fifth of those surveyed admitted they stocked up on liquor early in anticipation of being at home.