In news that shocked and stunned everyone in the BBM office research shows that four out of five Germans do not have a drinking problem.
According to reports from the German Centre for Addiction Issues one in five people aged 18-64 have a problem with alcohol. Binge drinkers are doing their bit to improve statistic with the incidents of alcohol poisoning rising by 112 percent between 2000 and 2009.
Studies show that Germans are spending so much time drinking that they have even started to smoke less. Depending on how you look at it this could be good news.
“Alcohol consumption remains conspicuously too high, too risky, with too many consequences,” said director Raphael Gaßmann as he chugged back a beer bong.