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Man spared criminal record over smoke grenade prank

A TWENTY-YEAR-OLD man who set off a smoke grenade in a Fort William pub was spared a criminal record after Sheriff William Taylor put his actions down to ‘high spirits’.

Alasdair Callum Greens, Kennedy Road, was given an absolute discharge at Fort William Sheriff court on Monday April 24 when the sheriff ruled that because he has been put on pubwatch, meaning he is banned from almost all the pubs in the town for two years, was already ‘quite a punishment’ for a man of his age.

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