Attention Kentucky cavers: drunken spelunkin' is now BYOB.
After Aug. 17, the campground store in Mammoth Cave National Park will no longer sell alcohol.
The store started selling alcohol last year, and park rangers noticed a sharp increase in criminal offenses related to alcohol.
"DUI, public intoxication, open container and so forth and so on," says Chief Park Ranger Brad McDougal. "The increase in the workload was really just too much for our current manpower levels."