Bay Area law enforcement gets creative with Super Bowl DUI PSAs – NBC Bay Area

As Bay Area residents celebrate the Super Bowl on Sunday afternoon, area law enforcement is getting creative when it comes to posting public service announcements about the dangers of driving under the influence.

The police Twitter was abuzz (or not a buzz!) with many energetic messages.

Here are a few of them for those looking for part time conversation starters:

Campbell Police posted a tweet illustrated with music notes and football emoticons: “We know California knows how to party. If you’re getting ready for the #SuperBowl or in some cases the halftime show , remember to drive sober. If you start to fumble , be humble, sit down and don’t even think about driving.”

San Rafael police tweeted, “The Super Bowl is this Sunday! Plan ahead for a winning game!”

Santa Cruz police are clearly trying to avoid some shenanigans, issuing a warning about public nudity: “Game Day: good food, fun with friends, shouting and shouting at the (TV emoji) GAME DAY NO-NO (really, every day): #1 Drunk driving. Get a sober driver or carpool. #2 Dragging, public urination, fighting, or all of the following when a tipsy person yells, “Hey, look at that!”

And from Colma: “No matter who you cheer on to win the big game, you can be the MVP of the #SuperBowl! Don’t risk falling out and getting kicked out with a DUI! Make sure your play call includes the designating a sober driver or making other travel arrangements for your game day gatherings!”