England fans will be sent to prison for 15 days if they are caught drinking on the streets of Volgograd.
Hardline Russian police send criminals straight to the slammer without trial if they are found boozing under the Volgograd bylaw.
England open their World Cup campaign in the city as they face Group G rivals Tunisia on June 18.
Russian law prevents people drinking alcohol on the streets but Volgograd has an extra sanction in place for law-breakers.
Shops and supermarkets in Russia can sell alcohol only between the hours of 8am and 11pm.
But anyone caught swigging from a can of beer or bottle of wine outside of a pub, bar, hotel or restaurant is sent to the clink for 15 days.
It is not the only law that England fans could fall foul of while enjoying themselves in Russia.
They will also be fined 1,000 roubles – which works out at around £12.50 – if they are caught using their MOBILE PHONE in a taxi in the south-west locality, formerly Stalingrad.
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Law-makers in the World Cup host city are convinced the radio waves play havoc with city-centre traffic lights and also believe they are a distraction to taxi drivers.
Volgograd police issue the fixed-rate fine to anyone caught using their phone at night-time in a taxi.
Around 20,000 England fans went to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, with around 22 arrested during the event mostly for ticket touting.
But tens of thousands more travelled to Euro 2016 in France, with 65 England fans arrested.
Violence raged inside and outside the stadium when England faced Russia in Marseilles.
Riot police used baton charges and tear gas against hundreds of hooligans from both countries.
Two England fans were beaten into comas in intense clashes and Russian hooligans have promised to target Three Lions support at the World Cup.