Scottish Police Stop Broken Bottle Riot

…or something.

A football club has criticised police for banning them from drinking champagne to celebrate a title win.

The bottles were produced at East Stirlingshire’s Firs Park after East Fife moved to an unassailable 24-point lead in the Scottish Third Division. Directors were warned that having alcohol in glass containers was illegal in football grounds and they were told by the police to remove them.

Officers later threatened a director with arrest when bottles reappeared.

BBC News

Can I just enquire whether the Scottish Police enforce the standard just as rigorously in executive boxes around the country? I mean, you can’t have one law for the fans and another for the players, fair enough, but let’s make sure it’s not a different law for the rich either…

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