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A man taken into custody at a Waltham, Mass., party is suing to assert his constitutional right to get blitzed at a friend's private home. Based on the description in the story, the court may not need to reach the question of whether the Constitution's emenations and/or penumbras extend to beer bongs, though: The law stipulates that police may hold persons whose intoxication makes them a danger to themselves or others. It sounds as though here, the cops just resented being videotaped and used the cameraman's intoxication as a pretext to stop him filming.