Kilted staff forced to stop wearing kilts to fend off female customers

Music, Scotland

With female customers going ‘wild’, male staff at the famous Inverness ceilidh bar – ‘Hootananny’ – have been forced to change into trousers to help fend off female customers.  Staff who wore traditional tartan to give the venue more of a Scottish ambience, have had enough of ladies getting to0 close for comfort.

Kit Fraser said: “It may seem funny but it is serious, too – the women are sticking their hands up their kilts. Can you imagine if I went into a restaurant and stuck my hand up a girl’s skirt?”

Hootananny is a multi-award winning pub & live-music venue in Inverness, Scotland.

 

 

 

 


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