Radio chiefs gag DJ Robin.
Furious Scot FM bosses forced him to sign the agreement when he quit the station.
The controversial prankster DJ was kicked off air days after handing in his notice.
A pal claimed yesterday: "You could say he had to agree to these measures so he would get paid the rest of his contract. He was also banned from talking to the press."
Galloway is now working for Manchester-based Piccadilly Radio.
Yesterday, Scot FM insisted the gagging order and ban on working for rivals in Scotland was normal practice.
Managing director Norman Quirk said: "It was a very amicable parting."
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||May 27, 1997|
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