Gloucester pubs and clubs pass underage drink test
UNDERAGE drinkers will not have much luck in Gloucester after 10 pubs and clubs tested by police refused to serve alcohol to minors.
A police operation saw pubs and off-licences targeted by underage test purchasers.
The fifth evening of Operation Nite-X on Friday involved three teams of special constables tackling underage drinking, binge drinking and alcohol related disorders.
For the first time since the operation has been running there was a 100 per cent pass rate.
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Elsewhere, a club was identified as working contrary to its licence and inquiries remain ongoing.
In total, 19 searches were made and one person was given a warning for carrying cannabis.
Sergeant Liz Lovell said: "There were some good results – particularly the fact that none of the pubs served the youngsters. Hopefully the message is getting through that we will be there to clamp down on it.
"Underage drinking and alcohol can be a catalyst for anti-social behaviour and it's vital we tackle it."