What you need to know about the highball bottle

It’s not a new thing to drink glasses of champagne, but it’s become even more popular since a British drinker was stabbed to death by an intoxicated man in the UK in 2016.

A coronial inquest found that the man, who was also drunk, had been stabbed by a man he met on the street.

The man who stabbed him had also been drinking.

So far, it’s been unclear what prompted the attack, which happened on April 4, 2016.

The coroner, Dame Annabelle Harris QC, has now ruled on whether champagne bottles can be used as weapons, after an investigation into the case found the bottle used was made of glass.

Here are five things you need know about highballs.1.

Highballs can kill You’ve probably seen a video of someone falling into a fountain, or a man being stabbed in the head with a champagne bottle.

The reason for this is because highballs can cause severe burns to people’s skin.

The bottle is usually used to extinguish a blaze or to create a distraction for the attacker.2.

Highball bottles can only be used for one personWhat’s a highball?

A highball is a bottle of champagne that is poured into a glass bowl and filled with water, a mixture of sugar and other ingredients.

It can be made of silver, gold or even platinum.

It’s usually poured into large, wide glass containers, or bottles that have been dipped into a water source.3.

High balls have been used as a weaponThe British Museum has a collection of bottles that are designed to explode if struck with a weapon, or which can be held to create the illusion of a weapon being drawn at a person.4.

High ball bottles can killIf someone is injured, high balls can be fatal.

They can be incredibly loud, and the force of the impact can cause the victim to lose consciousness.

It is also very easy to cause injury with a high ball.5.

Highs are dangerousThe bottles in the British Museum collection are all marked as ‘NOT FOR USE BY WOMEN’.

But it’s unclear how common highballs are in Britain.

The National Fire Service said they are often used in situations where it is not practical to have a person in the room, such as to prevent a hostage situation.

However, the National Police Chiefs Council also said they do not recommend them as a safe way of lighting a fire.