7 Priests Walk Into A Bar Seven student priests tried to get into a bar in Cardiff, Wales, but the staff at first turned them away, thinking they were dressed up for a bachelor party. The bar apologized with a free round.
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7 Priests Walk Into A Bar

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Seven student priests tried to get into a bar in Cardiff, Wales, but the staff at first turned them away, thinking they were dressed up for a bachelor party. The bar apologized with a free round.

AILSA CHANG, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Ailsa Chang. How hard is it to get a drink around here? Last week, some Catholic seminary students wanted to celebrate a friend's ordination over a beer in the U.K. Well, when the doorman saw the guys in their clerical collars, he mistook them for a wild bachelor party and wouldn't let them in. He said the pub had a policy against fancy dress and stag dos. But when the manager realized these were not drunks in priest costumes, he bought them a round on the house. It's MORNING EDITION.

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