before making a law look for any loopholes,
because if you do not find any, somebody else will, on April 1st, (not a joke), India’s Supreme Court issued an order that bars, pubs and liquor shops across the country should be at least 500m away from state and national highways, many bars had to close, but the owner of Aishwarya Bar in North Paravoor, a suburb of Kochi, saw an easy answer, build the entrance to his venue into a long, winding maze,
he hired some workers and spent three days putting up a series of concrete blocks that essentially turned the previously straight walkway leading up to the entrance into a maze,
now, the walking distance from the highway to his bar is 520 meters, so he is technically allowed to sell alcohol, and wait for it, even the excise officials admitted the move by the management is acceptable, A Vijayan IPS, additional excise commissioner said, but the owner did not get off scot free, "We do not measure the aerial distance but only the walking distance. However, they will be fined for altering the entrance." remember just keep looking for a loophole, just like W. C. Fields!