ORGANISERS of the 2002 winter Olympics may consider introducing a new sporting event...successfully acquiring an alcoholic beverage in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Visitors will compete to find their way around the bizarre set of rules to buy alcohol, as ordered by the politically dominant local Mormon population, who do not have much use for the stuff.

However, those willing to unleash the devil within must abide by a few rules:

*Waiting staff at restaurants may not openly offer alcohol to their patrons, if they serve it ...

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