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Anorak | County Durham Mayor Banned From All Pubs for Rowing Over Correct Way To Pour A Shandy

County Durham Mayor Banned From All Pubs for Rowing Over Correct Way To Pour A Shandy

by | 10th, July 2011

TONY Cooke, mayor of Barnard Castle, County Durham, is duly banned from 30 pubs and clubs for 12 months. His offence is to have rowed with Andy and Sue Hill, proprietors of the Beaconsfield pub in Barnard Castle over the correct was pour a pint of shandy.

Anorak has no more details of the debate, but I can state with clarity that any Man of Surrey ordering a pint of shandy in a County Durham pub can expect the lemonade (possibly still bottled and probably warm) to arrive swiftly before the glass…



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