Of those "high-profile international sports celebrities" I have different expectations. I expect them to behave like a human being and not as a PR talking robot like it is common these days. I love to see them as a normal human being. And drinking alcohol, is one thing that a "low-profile nominal Joe Average" does (or could do). Becoming drunk is a possible outcome from drinking alcohol. So if a "high-profile international sports celebrity" gets drunk and if captured on camera, I can relativate it to him or her being human. As an advice to you; grow a pair and drop your PC bullcrap. It will make your life a whole lot easier and more fun.
Wow, that was incredibly patronising.
And it's completely wrong, as well as patronising: "growing a pair" means, precisely, being an adult and being aware that you can't always behave like you wanted. If we always did what we wanted, no matter the rules (written or not), the world but be an even more unbearable place to live. That's why human beings have invented things like correction, politeness and respect to the rules.
Call me "PC crap" if you want. I'm proud of it. Better that than the childish idea that getting drunk at a public event is cool.
Edited by DeKnyff, 12 December 2018 - 12:56.