Illegal fruit machine seized from town centre takeaway

Illegal fruit machine seized from town centre takeaway

Illegal fruit machine seized from town centre takeaway

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AN ILLEGAL fruit machine has been seized from a takeaway by police.

Officers from Bolton Police’s licensing team visited Pizzas and Roosters in Bradshawgate after they discovered the machine was being used in the eatery.

It was seized before it was emptied of money and is expected to be destroyed.

It is illegal to have gaming machines in takeaways, cafes, taxi offices and food shops.

Clubs, bars and betting shops are allowed the machines if they have been granted a licence.

PC Andy Vernon, from the police’s licensing team, said: “We are aware there are premises in the borough that have gambling machines illegally.

"They need to remove them or they will face prosecution.

"There’s a likelihood that if we do have to seize them they will have to be destroyed and they will be referred to the gambling commission.

“Gambling is a licensable activity. Even pubs and clubs need a permit from the local authority to have them.

"Takeaways, cafes and taxi offices are no longer allowed to have them. The presence of a gambling machine in some places can cause an increase in violence.”

The machine was seized earlier this month.

A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment.

“We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one.

“The machine was there a long time ago and it is out of order at the moment.”

Police say they will continue to clamp down on machines placed illegally.

The seizure follows a number of undercover purchases carried out by police to reduce the amount of pubs, bars and shops selling to people who are underage.

A Gambling Commission spokesman said: “We were pleased to offer support, advice and guidance to the police in this case.

"Working in partnership with local law enforcement agencies is key to the commission’s approach in keeping gambling fair and safe.”

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9:09am Fri 28 Mar 14

questionairre says...

A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment.


Oh Look; there's a pink flying pig overhead !
A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment. Oh Look; there's a pink flying pig overhead ! questionairre
  • Score: 93

9:36am Fri 28 Mar 14

danssoncabaret says...

Stock answer,'' I know nothing'' It was the same when the UK Border Agency caught a bunch of illegal workers in Bolton!
Stock answer,'' I know nothing'' It was the same when the UK Border Agency caught a bunch of illegal workers in Bolton! danssoncabaret
  • Score: 65

9:38am Fri 28 Mar 14

Chrome1 says...

Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?
Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away? Chrome1
  • Score: 40

9:59am Fri 28 Mar 14

underwater says...

Chrome1 wrote:
Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?
Stupid or not ,other than the odd time they seem to keep getting away with breaking all the rules and laws in this country. All take aways of every description should be shut down , we would have a healthier, cleaner and more law abiding town to live in .
[quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?[/p][/quote]Stupid or not ,other than the odd time they seem to keep getting away with breaking all the rules and laws in this country. All take aways of every description should be shut down , we would have a healthier, cleaner and more law abiding town to live in . underwater
  • Score: 45

10:04am Fri 28 Mar 14

steveG says...

What kind of society makes fruit machines illegal,possibly one with too many bureaucrats and the same one which imprisons people for non payment of TV licence.
What kind of society makes fruit machines illegal,possibly one with too many bureaucrats and the same one which imprisons people for non payment of TV licence. steveG
  • Score: -42

10:24am Fri 28 Mar 14

thomas222 says...

Did i miss the bit that said the shop owner has been charged ?
Did i miss the bit that said the shop owner has been charged ? thomas222
  • Score: 39

10:28am Fri 28 Mar 14

danssoncabaret says...

Chrome1 wrote:
Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?
No you have to have English as a second language, and learn to say, '' I don't know who owned the shop before me'' and ''I didn't know the law'' and '' I know nothing'' I'm quoting the BN here.
[quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?[/p][/quote]No you have to have English as a second language, and learn to say, '' I don't know who owned the shop before me'' and ''I didn't know the law'' and '' I know nothing'' I'm quoting the BN here. danssoncabaret
  • Score: 35

10:28am Fri 28 Mar 14

BA1991 says...

Doesn't Amigos in Bromley cross have one?
Doesn't Amigos in Bromley cross have one? BA1991
  • Score: 20

10:41am Fri 28 Mar 14

Jim271 says...

Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18, Jim271
  • Score: 30

11:16am Fri 28 Mar 14

Reebok Rhythm says...

Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Well stated Jimbo lad, thus emphasising the need for it to be illegal in a public establishment where there is no restriction on age.
[quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Well stated Jimbo lad, thus emphasising the need for it to be illegal in a public establishment where there is no restriction on age. Reebok Rhythm
  • Score: 21

11:28am Fri 28 Mar 14

marco999 says...

It's about time there were tighter regulations on this type of 'eatery' - they seem to break every rule going, make lots of money then leg it with the proceeds to their country of origin never to be seen (or taxed) again. The shop closes briefly and then opens up with a new name and a new owner who's stock response to any probing question is either 'I don't understand' or 'I know nothing' . I wonder how many grand retirement mansions across the world are being funded in this way?
It's about time there were tighter regulations on this type of 'eatery' - they seem to break every rule going, make lots of money then leg it with the proceeds to their country of origin never to be seen (or taxed) again. The shop closes briefly and then opens up with a new name and a new owner who's stock response to any probing question is either 'I don't understand' or 'I know nothing' . I wonder how many grand retirement mansions across the world are being funded in this way? marco999
  • Score: 26

11:37am Fri 28 Mar 14

BIG ERN says...

Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines!

Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin...
Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines! Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin... BIG ERN
  • Score: -4

11:55am Fri 28 Mar 14

soup153 says...

underwater wrote:
Chrome1 wrote:
Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?
Stupid or not ,other than the odd time they seem to keep getting away with breaking all the rules and laws in this country. All take aways of every description should be shut down , we would have a healthier, cleaner and more law abiding town to live in .
And when things get to hot it's off the France, Germany, Italy the list is endless making a killing and laughing all the way to the bank and at the law.
[quote][p][bold]underwater[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: Yeah, I thought the same too. What **** and bull. I sometimes wonder, do you have to pass a stupidity test to open a take-away?[/p][/quote]Stupid or not ,other than the odd time they seem to keep getting away with breaking all the rules and laws in this country. All take aways of every description should be shut down , we would have a healthier, cleaner and more law abiding town to live in .[/p][/quote]And when things get to hot it's off the France, Germany, Italy the list is endless making a killing and laughing all the way to the bank and at the law. soup153
  • Score: 12

12:24pm Fri 28 Mar 14

BIG ERN says...

I wish you'd stop thinking I'm BWFC or whoever he is. you're missing out on comedy gold because of your dislike for him.

Big Ern: Not BWFC.
I wish you'd stop thinking I'm BWFC or whoever he is. you're missing out on comedy gold because of your dislike for him. Big Ern: Not BWFC. BIG ERN
  • Score: -11

1:16pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Beyond News Forum says...

BIG ERN wrote:
Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines!

Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin...
PMSL
[quote][p][bold]BIG ERN[/bold] wrote: Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines! Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin...[/p][/quote]PMSL Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 6

2:29pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Lucky Matt says...

wow excellent use of police resources to rid the town of threatening, abusive, drunk, drug taking, thieving scum......not, lets nick a fruit machine, terrific.
wow excellent use of police resources to rid the town of threatening, abusive, drunk, drug taking, thieving scum......not, lets nick a fruit machine, terrific. Lucky Matt
  • Score: 4

2:40pm Fri 28 Mar 14

mr.mark.c says...

Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.
[quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 7

4:04pm Fri 28 Mar 14

lv8151 says...

chesters chicken shop on blackburn road has just been raided by immigration .... when i was walking past it looked like they had 1 in cuffs ... keep up the good work i say :)
chesters chicken shop on blackburn road has just been raided by immigration .... when i was walking past it looked like they had 1 in cuffs ... keep up the good work i say :) lv8151
  • Score: 16

4:52pm Fri 28 Mar 14

the hand says...

lv8151 wrote:
chesters chicken shop on blackburn road has just been raided by immigration .... when i was walking past it looked like they had 1 in cuffs ... keep up the good work i say :)
What did they have in cuffs a fruit machine bet that was a
Heavy
[quote][p][bold]lv8151[/bold] wrote: chesters chicken shop on blackburn road has just been raided by immigration .... when i was walking past it looked like they had 1 in cuffs ... keep up the good work i say :)[/p][/quote]What did they have in cuffs a fruit machine bet that was a Heavy the hand
  • Score: 4

5:28pm Fri 28 Mar 14

BWFC71 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.
If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine!

Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true!
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.[/p][/quote]If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine! Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true! BWFC71
  • Score: 4

5:47pm Fri 28 Mar 14

mr.mark.c says...

BWFC71 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.
If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine!

Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true!
Yup, found it, an I suppose the age restriction come in on the other machines.

According to The UK Licensing Act 2003 local authorities have the responsibility of authorizing AWP (Amusement With Prizes) machines in alcohol licensed premises. It should also be noted that by law any “all cash” fruit machines, may have a maximum stake / bet of 30p and a maximum prize of £25. This limit is typical in most smaller venues such as fish and chip shops, pubs, taxi office as well as in sea side amusement arcades. But where the venue owner holds a club gaming or club machine permit the jackpots can be as high as £250 on fruit machines.
[quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.[/p][/quote]If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine! Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true![/p][/quote]Yup, found it, an I suppose the age restriction come in on the other machines. According to The UK Licensing Act 2003 local authorities have the responsibility of authorizing AWP (Amusement With Prizes) machines in alcohol licensed premises. It should also be noted that by law any “all cash” fruit machines, may have a maximum stake / bet of 30p and a maximum prize of £25. This limit is typical in most smaller venues such as fish and chip shops, pubs, taxi office as well as in sea side amusement arcades. But where the venue owner holds a club gaming or club machine permit the jackpots can be as high as £250 on fruit machines. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

6:11pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Beyond News Forum says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
BWFC71 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.
If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine!

Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true!
Yup, found it, an I suppose the age restriction come in on the other machines.

According to The UK Licensing Act 2003 local authorities have the responsibility of authorizing AWP (Amusement With Prizes) machines in alcohol licensed premises. It should also be noted that by law any “all cash” fruit machines, may have a maximum stake / bet of 30p and a maximum prize of £25. This limit is typical in most smaller venues such as fish and chip shops, pubs, taxi office as well as in sea side amusement arcades. But where the venue owner holds a club gaming or club machine permit the jackpots can be as high as £250 on fruit machines.
Where is the age limit part?

I guess this means the takeaway has a good argument for compensation and an argument with the council?

Or does that mean they still requite a licence?

I am baffled... stupid legalese lol
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BWFC71[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Explain Blackpool and local funfairs as fruit machines are not age restricted at either.[/p][/quote]If anything I think it depends upon what prize money is involved, if any - or whether it is a true gambling machine or a game of chance machine! Big Ern - nice one, about the UKIP quip that actually made me laugh out loud, but ironically it is so true![/p][/quote]Yup, found it, an I suppose the age restriction come in on the other machines. According to The UK Licensing Act 2003 local authorities have the responsibility of authorizing AWP (Amusement With Prizes) machines in alcohol licensed premises. It should also be noted that by law any “all cash” fruit machines, may have a maximum stake / bet of 30p and a maximum prize of £25. This limit is typical in most smaller venues such as fish and chip shops, pubs, taxi office as well as in sea side amusement arcades. But where the venue owner holds a club gaming or club machine permit the jackpots can be as high as £250 on fruit machines.[/p][/quote]Where is the age limit part? I guess this means the takeaway has a good argument for compensation and an argument with the council? Or does that mean they still requite a licence? I am baffled... stupid legalese lol Beyond News Forum
  • Score: -5

6:18pm Fri 28 Mar 14

mr.mark.c says...

I think it's the Amusement with prizes one that is for all and the club gaming permit for over 18's.
I think it's the Amusement with prizes one that is for all and the club gaming permit for over 18's. mr.mark.c
  • Score: -4

6:36pm Fri 28 Mar 14

JustBecause says...

"PC Andy Vernon, from the police’s licensing team, said: “We are aware there are premises in the borough that have gambling machines illegally. They need to remove them or they will face prosecution. "

Er I though the word illegal meant breaking the law, hence the police must act.

Never heard anyone say, "we are aware that some people are growing cannabis, they need to stop or else " !!!!
"PC Andy Vernon, from the police’s licensing team, said: “We are aware there are premises in the borough that have gambling machines illegally. They need to remove them or they will face prosecution. " Er I though the word illegal meant breaking the law, hence the police must act. Never heard anyone say, "we are aware that some people are growing cannabis, they need to stop or else " !!!! JustBecause
  • Score: 15

7:35pm Fri 28 Mar 14

united99 says...

Takeaways,illegal immigrants,fruit machines are all here to stay weather you like it or not - stop the winging !!! Move to Spain and go run a pub there if you don't like it in Bolton...
Takeaways,illegal immigrants,fruit machines are all here to stay weather you like it or not - stop the winging !!! Move to Spain and go run a pub there if you don't like it in Bolton... united99
  • Score: -11

7:38pm Fri 28 Mar 14

united99 says...

Takeaways fruit machines illegal immigrants mosques temples Asian stores taxis shops petrol stations are all here to stay weather you like it or not - no like it then get off to Spain and enjoy the tapas and the sun !!!
Takeaways fruit machines illegal immigrants mosques temples Asian stores taxis shops petrol stations are all here to stay weather you like it or not - no like it then get off to Spain and enjoy the tapas and the sun !!! united99
  • Score: -11

8:52pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Mick England says...

Jim271 wrote:
Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,
Isn't gambling even more illegal according to the sharia?
[quote][p][bold]Jim271[/bold] wrote: Fruit Machine are illegal in public because gambling is illegal under the age of 18,[/p][/quote]Isn't gambling even more illegal according to the sharia? Mick England
  • Score: 8

8:55pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Mick England says...

JustBecause wrote:
"PC Andy Vernon, from the police’s licensing team, said: “We are aware there are premises in the borough that have gambling machines illegally. They need to remove them or they will face prosecution. "

Er I though the word illegal meant breaking the law, hence the police must act.

Never heard anyone say, "we are aware that some people are growing cannabis, they need to stop or else " !!!!
Research the difference between unlawful and illegal, the facts will blow your mind!
[quote][p][bold]JustBecause[/bold] wrote: "PC Andy Vernon, from the police’s licensing team, said: “We are aware there are premises in the borough that have gambling machines illegally. They need to remove them or they will face prosecution. " Er I though the word illegal meant breaking the law, hence the police must act. Never heard anyone say, "we are aware that some people are growing cannabis, they need to stop or else " !!!![/p][/quote]Research the difference between unlawful and illegal, the facts will blow your mind! Mick England
  • Score: -3

8:56pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Cyclone says...

You have to feel lucky to eat in these places,
You have to feel lucky to eat in these places, Cyclone
  • Score: 7

10:25pm Fri 28 Mar 14

biglad44 says...

The amount of trouble and mess these takeaways cause yet the council still grants permission for them to open new shops soon it will be a town of takeaway, pound shops and quick loans shops and nothing else.
The amount of trouble and mess these takeaways cause yet the council still grants permission for them to open new shops soon it will be a town of takeaway, pound shops and quick loans shops and nothing else. biglad44
  • Score: 7

11:33pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Darren1951 says...

BIG ERN wrote:
Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines!

Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin...
Eating our women, sleeping with our food, **** country's going to the dogs!
[quote][p][bold]BIG ERN[/bold] wrote: Quick, UKIP! Call for them to be sent back to where they come from. England only for legal fruit machines! Bloody illegal fruit machines coming over here and taking us jobs n us wimmin...[/p][/quote]Eating our women, sleeping with our food, **** country's going to the dogs! Darren1951
  • Score: 10

7:34am Sat 29 Mar 14

Back oth Bank Boy says...

Bolton College should run a course for take away employers and employees.
This course should cover all areas of running a takeaway, hygine,Green issues,health issues,Tax issues, Legal and illegal issues etc. Bolton Council should grant licence to those who pass exam with some credentials.
Come on, Bolton council you can make some money here. 1% royalty for me
for this idea.
Bolton College should run a course for take away employers and employees. This course should cover all areas of running a takeaway, hygine,Green issues,health issues,Tax issues, Legal and illegal issues etc. Bolton Council should grant licence to those who pass exam with some credentials. Come on, Bolton council you can make some money here. 1% royalty for me for this idea. Back oth Bank Boy
  • Score: 5

10:25am Sat 29 Mar 14

Ernagy2 says...

Back oth Bank Boy wrote:
Bolton College should run a course for take away employers and employees.
This course should cover all areas of running a takeaway, hygine,Green issues,health issues,Tax issues, Legal and illegal issues etc. Bolton Council should grant licence to those who pass exam with some credentials.
Come on, Bolton council you can make some money here. 1% royalty for me
for this idea.
Re course.......operati
ng a fruit machine - do's and don'ts (lol)
[quote][p][bold]Back oth Bank Boy[/bold] wrote: Bolton College should run a course for take away employers and employees. This course should cover all areas of running a takeaway, hygine,Green issues,health issues,Tax issues, Legal and illegal issues etc. Bolton Council should grant licence to those who pass exam with some credentials. Come on, Bolton council you can make some money here. 1% royalty for me for this idea.[/p][/quote]Re course.......operati ng a fruit machine - do's and don'ts (lol) Ernagy2
  • Score: 2

10:41am Sat 29 Mar 14

danssoncabaret says...

united99 wrote:
Takeaways fruit machines illegal immigrants mosques temples Asian stores taxis shops petrol stations are all here to stay weather you like it or not - no like it then get off to Spain and enjoy the tapas and the sun !!!
Twonk!
[quote][p][bold]united99[/bold] wrote: Takeaways fruit machines illegal immigrants mosques temples Asian stores taxis shops petrol stations are all here to stay weather you like it or not - no like it then get off to Spain and enjoy the tapas and the sun !!![/p][/quote]Twonk! danssoncabaret
  • Score: 1

3:08pm Sat 29 Mar 14

wsw69 says...

A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment.

“We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one.

Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh.
A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment. “We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one. Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh. wsw69
  • Score: 4

4:42pm Sat 29 Mar 14

myfanwy7 says...

wsw69 wrote:
A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment.

“We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one.

Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh.
Asif Anyone? Is he the owner?
[quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment. “We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one. Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh.[/p][/quote]Asif Anyone? Is he the owner? myfanwy7
  • Score: 7

5:26pm Sat 29 Mar 14

wsw69 says...

myfanwy7 wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment.

“We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one.

Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh.
Asif Anyone? Is he the owner?
Ooooops, lol. That's a typo. Hadn't noticed that when I posted. :-(
[quote][p][bold]myfanwy7[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: A spokesman for Pizzas and Roosters said: “Somebody put the machine there, I don’t know who, we are trying to find out at the moment. “We didn’t know that we were not licensed or that you needed one. Ha ha, what a dip 5H*t. Asif anyone will believe that barrel of utter tosh.[/p][/quote]Asif Anyone? Is he the owner?[/p][/quote]Ooooops, lol. That's a typo. Hadn't noticed that when I posted. :-( wsw69
  • Score: 2

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