The Winnipeg Football Club is cracking the whip when it comes to the beer snake.
As a result of several minor injuries at last Friday's home game, the organization has issued a zero tolerance policy when it comes to fan behaviour at Bomber games.
Last week the fans of Section S created what is known as a beer snake -- hundreds or maybe even thousands of empty beer cups stacked together to form a line that covered nearly the entire section.
The injuries occurred when the beer snake fell apart near the end of the game. Fans also threw beer cups.
As a result, excessive drinking and unruly and/or illegal behaviour will result in ejection or prosecution of the offender.
"Unfortunately, the Winnipeg Football Club continues to face new challenges with respect to unruly and/or disorderly behavior in the stadium facility during the course of game day," the Bombers said in a statement.
"Specifically, this behaviour relates to the 'beer snake' concept. Regretfully, we witnessed the beer cups being thrown at the conclusion of our home game of July 9 which resulted in several minor injuries to our fans as well as many emails and communications to our office voicing concern and displeasure from our fans."