Tam's Tall Tales

- What's Worn Under the Kilt?

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Hands Off, Miss!

Male staff at an Inverness ceilidh bar have stopped wearing kilts because they claim some female customers have been molesting them while they worked and checking on what - if anything - they wear under their kilt.

Staff at Hootenanny's, in Inverness, wore traditional tartan to give the venue more of a Scottish ambience.

Ian Chisholm, a local kilt retailer, said: "These ladies should behave themselves. I know that it is difficult when the drink is flowing, but really they should exercise some caution in what they are doing."

A BBC news item helps to get to the bottom of the subject at Bar staff stop wearing kilts. The BBC report includes a suggestion that a Highland broadsword might help to keep the "ladies"(?) at bay.

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Tam O'Ranter
July 2015

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