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BC Police Had To Get 2 Drunk Siblings In Their 40s To Shake Hands After A Disagreement

Everyone can relate to a little sibling rivalry, but have you ever called the cops on your sibling for being mean to you? 

B.C. police responded to a call in Trail from a 48-year-old woman who wasn't loving how her brother was acting. 

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She was unhappy with how her 40-year-old brother was treating her on her birthday. BC RCMP

Apparently, this birthday girl just wasn't getting the treatment she deserved. 

"Front line officers responded to the woman’s residence and discovered that the pair had been consuming alcohol," explains the police release

The pair had gone to celebrate at a local steak house and it wasn't clear when exactly things had gone south. 

Police were able to talk them down until they eventually agreed to shake hands and reconcile. 

"RCMP encouraged the man and woman to only contact police for assistance in the future with true emergencies."

B.C. police are no strangers to non-emergency calls and they are constantly urging community members to only call in actual emergency situations. 

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