Even the judiciary isn't immune to believing demonstrable poppycock spewed out by the anti-alcohol lobby. But then, this coroner is from Norfolk.
Coroner criticises supermarket cheap alcohol after fatal '£10' binge
Mr Armstrong said: "The huge amount that he drank could have been purchased at a supermarket for around £10. It is alarming that alcohol can be purchased at supermarkets at a price less than bottled water.
For £10 you can buy 284 litres of water, in any supermarket you care to choose, and still pop a coin in the charity box on the way out.
Now, if there's a supermarket where I can buy that much decent booze for a tenner, I've been shopping in the wrong places for years.