A pub promotion involving a bare-chested and top-hatted dwarf walking the length of a bar pouring free booze down the throats of patrons has drawn protests from alcohol education campaigners.
The Jagermeister promotion has been on one night a week at The Saint in St Kilda, Melbourne, the Port Phillip Leader reports.
Jagermeister distanced itself from the promotion, which follows the Federal Government's campaign to clamp down on binge-drinking.
The Saint management declined to comment about whether the Wednesday party nights could contravene new laws preventing irresponsible consumption of alcohol.
Albert Park MP Martin Foley called it an "outrageous" and "offensive" example of the binge-drinking culture.
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