Con man who sold urine as whiskey declared a public danger

Con man who sold urine as whiskey declared a public danger

[Ed. – But nothing more?]

A “persistent and troublesome” conman who sold coloured urine as alcohol has been branded a danger to public health.

And now police officers are to join forces with the council to slap a CRASBO on vile Nicholas Stewart who was branded a danger to public health after he sold coloured urine as whiskey.

The order, if granted, would ban him from selling fake bottles of whiskey and vodka on the streets on Blackpool.

It follows a scientific analysis of what the bottles contained. They were found to have urine and other human waste in them.

Stewart, 35, of Palatine Road,Blackpool, was handed a 70-day jail term suspended for 12 months by the resort’s magistrates yesterday after he admitted fraud.

It was the second time in seven days that courts heard how Stewart had duped holidaymakers into parting with £10 a time for what they thought were sealed one and a half litre bottles of spirits.

The bottles were seized by security staff when Stewart was seen approaching customers in the massive Coral Island slot machine complex on Blackpool Promenade.

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