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By Jeff Rossen and Josh Davis

A new government survey shows that more than 4 million adults in the U.S. admit they drink and drive sometimes. If you saw a drunk stranger about to get behind the wheel, would you try to take his or her keys away?

With the help of actors portraying a bartender and inebriated customers, Rossen Reports staged a social experiment at McQuades Neighborhood Grill in Lynbrook, New York. Hidden cameras captured how real people reacted when they thought someone who was drunk was about to drive — and the results were revealing.

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