The legal drinking age in Spain is 18, however the law is not well enforced, reports PopEater. Cyrus was drinking a Corona casually while walking down the street and partying with some friends.
Now Miley is getting some backlash from the International Institute for Alcohal Awareness, reports TMZ.
James Copple, who heads up the organization, explains, “The young people that see her as a role model could mimic the same behavior, and as a consequence, will go out and become intoxicated, putting their safety at risk.”
Who would of thought Miley would be doing what teenage girls do, revolting and drinking.
Canadian singer Leonard Cohen collapsed on stage while on tour in Spain, reports CBC. A statement released by Doctor Music Records Saturday morning said he was released from the hospital after suffering stomach problems.
Cohen reportedly kneeled several times during his song Bird on a Wire before falling over sideways during Friday’s show in Valencia. A band member said the singer, who turns 75 on Sept. 21, had experienced stomach cramps and vomiting.
The Toronto Raptors? 41st overall pick in this year?s draft, Roko Ukic, has signed a deal with Tau Ceramica, according to reports on a Croatian basketball website.
Tau Ceramica, an incredibly wealthy team in the Spanish League, is a name that might sound familiar to you? and here?s why. The Raptors have also been involved in talks with its current start point guard, Jose Calderon.
According to various European sources, Calderon has been heavily pursued by the Raptors, among others, and his impending departure is the reason why they went after Ukic in the first place.
Ukic?s decision to bam-Boozer (referring, of course, to Carlos Boozer?s dealings with the Cleveland Cavaliers last year) the Raptors is a blow to basketball fans across the country. They had been sold on Ukic by commercials on Raptors? NBA TV and lavished praise of his flashy, up-tempo game.
The degree of irony involved (the Raptors interest in Calderon forcing Tau to pursue Ukic) adds a considerable amount of egg onto this franchise?s omelet of a face.
Even more frustrating would be if Tau Ceramica managed to re-sign Calderon as well. That would leave the Raptors with no back-up point guards and a considerably embarrassing situation.
It seems General Manager Rob Babcock not only has problems keeping pace with NBA GM?s? but European ones as well.