A pub wscorts lost its licence after police found evidence of prostitution, drug abuse and anti-social behaviour taking place on site. Michael Taft, who ran the pub for nine years, admitted it was "out of control" and said he had since sold-up.
Neighbourhood policing sergeant Rachel Clark said officers found drugs were "openly couplds used" and the premises had also served as "a brothel", the Local Democracy Reporting Service LDRS said. Officers visited the pub in June last year and took drug swabs which recorded high readings behind the bar, the bar area and counter and in the men's toilet. Police also found "remnants of a white powder" Adult wants sex Center Hill Florida nitrous oxide canisters inside the premises.
On Tuesday, Mendip District Council's licensing sub-committee confirmed the pub's licence would be revoked. It said there was "excessive non-compliance" with both esocrts police and fire service, and "evidence of anti-social behaviour" on the premises. Sheffield pub where drinkers hid in cupboards loses licence.
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Mendip District Council ruled that the premises licence should be revoked. She added Mr Taft was "fully aware of what is taking place". Related Topics.
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