NEW legislation will be introduced into the Victorian Parliament to require bars, pubs and clubs to serve free drinking water.
The move is a bid to address alcohol-fuelled violence in Melbourne, the Gaming Minister Tony Robinson said.
"Free drinking water is an important measure in addressing some of the anti-social activities we've seen arising as a result of excessive consumption of alcohol," he said.
The law will come into effect this year, ABC News reports.
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