A shop had its licence revoked following an unauthorised royal wedding street party which ended in a shooting.Naturally, the shopkeeper is incensed at this blackening of his good name:
Lewisham Council’s licensing committee saw CCTV footage showing the flashes of gunfire on April 29, sending around 600 revellers fleeing down Upper Brockley Road.
Following the melee, pictures showed one man walking calmly down the street, carrying what police claim was a gun.
The Met claims that the road’s Super Cuts shop helped organise the party and cabling was running from the store to power a massive soundsystem.
Super Cuts, whose manager Claudius Johnson laughed throughout the hearing, denied having anything to do with the party and says it will appeal.Strange, to place so much fail in a justice system you’ve just ridiculed…
Afterwards, Councillor Duwayne Brooks, who was at the party, said he was “disgusted” with the decision.Hmmm, is that name familiar, or..?
Well, of course!
Cllr Brooks said: “Everything they spoke about is nonsense.One of life’s little coincidences, Duwayne..?
“There’s nothing that shows the shop was involved.”
He added: “Whenever it’s black people, there’s always talk about violence and intimidation.”