That's the verdict of one Examiner reader after West Yorkshire Police announced plans to breathalyse clubbers on their night out.
Police are working with Tokyo’s, Mavericks, Kewz, Camel Club and 5 Bar on the pilot scheme, which will see revellers who appear drunk and a potential risk to themselves and others asked to take a test before gaining entry.
Meanwhile, readers took to Twitter to voice their thoughts about the scheme, with most seeming unhappy.
Meanwhile on Facebook, followers weren't any happier.
Darren Wormald said: "Thought the idea of going out to a night club was to get smashed. Granted some idiots want to spoil for a fight but to be fair those same idiots don't need alcohol to spoil for a fight.
"Pubs are shutting all over without you only being allowed three pints before big brother starts watching.
"I for one will take my custom elsewhere if I am deemed to be drunk whilst on a drunken night out..... tea and scones anyone?"
Chelsea Brook said: "So what happens once they're inside buying drinks and get completely smashed? Will they be breathalysed at the bar too before they buy another drink? Otherwise what's the point in that?
"Just another pathetic money making scheme to stop people drinking cheap alcohol elsewhere before they get to the clubs! I give them six months before we see Huddersfield 'nightlife' close for good!"
And Lee Smith said: "Clubs will lose 70 per cent of their custom and end up closing down. Because I think most people on a night out go around the pubs before they go to a nightclub. Four or three pints is over 70mg depending on the person."
But there were some people who could see the benefit.