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RECORD VIEW: Grouse misconduct.

THE French are a nation of animal-lovers. They will eat almost anything that walks, flies, croaks, creeps or slithers.

However, it seems they draw the line at Grouse, at least on the Scottish rugby team's jerseys. Although they are a nation that shifts its share of wine, brandy and Pernod, they are scared to show the whisky logo on TV.

Our readers have come up with lots of suggestions to get round the problem. The simplest one is just to tell the Frogs to hop off.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 18, 2001
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