Pub landlord won’t serve customers who aren’t wearing a poppy on Remembrance Day
A pub landlord has instructed his staff not to serve any punters on Remembrance Day if they’re not wearing a Royal British Legion poppy.
Sean Donnelly, owner of the Three Lions pub, said anyone who shows up without their red poppy pin will either be turned away or advised to wear one on Sunday.
But not all will be lost if a punter shows up without, as pins will be available to buy from the bar in Bedminster, Bristol, in a bid to donate to the charitable cause.
Mr Donnelly is so passionate about honouring veterans, he is also offering a free drink to any current or former member of the Armed... read more
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