STREAKERS and drunks face a double threat at this weekend's Rugby Sevens. Not only have police threatened to charge them, but they may end up with a spell in the cooler. A special cell has been installed at the stadium to hold the disorderly until they quieten down. Because of the steep incline of the upper tiers, management will be keeping to their plan to ban consumption of alcohol there. Wan Chai District Commander, Senior Superintendent Harold Blud, said any alcohol smuggled past the stewards guarding the upper tier will be spotted on closed circuit television. Police warned there will be no parking spaces available in the area and suggest people take public transport. Stadium management, Wembley International, and police have both warned repeatedly this week that streakers and drunken behaviour will not be tolerated at the event. They said any person found to be disturbing the peace will be taken to the holding cell beneath the arena and possibly charged. Mr Blud said streakers will be taken into police custody and sent to Happy Valley Police Station where a decision will be made about charging them ahead of an appearance in a magistrate's court. ''Streaking causes considerable disruption to these games which follow a tight timetable, so we are adamant they will be dealt with appropriately,'' he said. ''Trouble-makers and drunks will not be tolerated,'' he said.