Seaton store owner ordered to stop the music
A SEATON store owner said he was ordered to stop playing nationalistic music during St George s celebrations by the Environmental Health.
A SEATON store owner said he was ordered to stop playing nationalistic music during St George's celebrations by the Environmental Health.
Chris Byrne-Jones, of Byrne Jones, was playing Beating the Retreat when officers said he was acting 'illegally' as the music went onto the highway.
Mr Byrne-Jones refused to stop playing the music and was told officers would visit at a later date.
He said: "At the end of the day I'm proud to be British and when we have St George's day we should celebrate to."
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He said he wanted to liven up the town and mark the occasion.
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