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So fair enough. Admitting the problem is the first step and I remember once being told that if you think you might have a problem, you probably don't. It's usually the people who say "I don't have a drinking problem" who do, which is why I've called the police so many times for my upstairs neighbour. I think she's Muslim or something so I'm just trying to look out for her and be all cultural and stuff, you know. She gets annoyed about it most days, and thinking about it the police don't look too happy about it either - how am I to know she's not drunkenly trying to end herself? I can't see through roofs, what am I, Paul Daniels? "Waste of police time" they say, but I'll always know how much I've helped her out, in my heart of hearts. You can't take that away from me.