According to the emergency response centre (ERC) of Helsinki, the number of drunken individuals lying on the streets and lawns of the Finnish capital has reached excessively high levels.
In August alone, the ERC of Helsinki received an average of 80 calls a day, notifying the authorities of drunks having passed out in the open air. This is roughly equal to 2,300 emergency calls per month. - Helsingin Sanomat
Helsinki’s emergency response centre receives 1,400 calls a day on average; 80 are for sleeping drunks - Helsingin Sanomat