Pringle's cans are a short-term solution for drinking wine due to the cardboard/foil construction-- although perhaps only a short-term solution is needed.
Lay's Stax cans might be a better option. The all-plastic container does not get soggy: it's easier to wash out the chip residue before use (I generally dislike salty wine, although it can complement a nice merlot, which pairs especially nicely with the cheddar flavors): the oval shape is easier to keep a grip on when going over speedbumps, and prevents it from rolling away across the parking lot if you should drop it.
To prevent spills, and resulting wastage, you can cut a hole in the lid and insert a straw.
According to online sources, a US Pringles can (largest size) can hold 32 oz of liquid when filled up to 1 inch from the top. If a standard pour glass of wine is 175ml (~6 oz), she may have had ~5 glasses of wine in the Pringles can.
In terms of alternative garb, perhaps next time she can wear a burka.
Girlfriends Guyfriends days outs in pajamas with wine beer pizza appetizers in your shopping carts starts at Lucky's markets whenever you so choose.graze and growl
Commonplace @ Luckys markets in Gainseville Fl, Maybe coming to a neighborhood near you soon
Well, this woman seems to be joining the club-- the various news stories seem to agree on intoxication of some sort, while not noting whether a Pringles can was present during the 1 mile trek on public streets in a Power Wheels truck.
The good news for South Carolina residents also interested in such activities: it seems that precedent has been set that one might avoid DUI charges & accompanying points against one's license, or insurance rate increases, since the vehicle involved was deemed 'not a vehicle' for DUI laws. (She was charged with public intoxication, though.)