lorne order; Case of the breakfast roll and sausage goes all the way to the High Court.
THE case of the roll and sausage barman snared in an undercover police sting is to go to the High Court.
Dad-of-three Allan Gallacher was busted by policemen known only as "Archie" and "Davie" when he handed them one roll and sausage instead of two - allegedly breaching Glasgow's licensing laws, which say alcohol can only be served with a breakfast.
Allan's lawyer Bob McCormack yesterday asked Glasgow sheriff Richard McFarlane to adjourn the case to let the High Court rule on a Bill of Suspension he's lodged. It calls for the High Court to dismiss the charges and award expenses to Allan, of Blantyre, Lanarkshire.
The case was further delayed by a hold-up over a video identification parade. Allan and John Lonegan, the licensee of the pub near Glasgow Cross, have pled not guilty and were granted bail pending a new trial date of May 2. The Daily Record revealed last month how Operation Cabinet was launched by the then Strathclyde Police in September 2012.
Allan lost his job because the pub lost its breakfast licence.
AXED Barman Allan
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Nov 27, 2013|
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