Newsagent's licence could be revoked after drunk 14-year-old hospitalised

Drunk: the teenager was taken to hospital

Drunk: the teenager was taken to hospital

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

A Tolworth newsagent could be stripped of its licence after a 14-year-old boy got so drunk he was hospitalised.

Police said staff at Ewell Food and Wine, in Ewell Road, sold another boy a bottle each of Jagermeister, Glen's Vodka, and Russian Standard vodka in March.

The first boy was taken to hospital by ambulance after being found alone and "extremely ill" in Kingston.

Police were alerted by the boy's mother.

Premises supervisor Jaspal Sachdeva will learn the shop's fate at a meeting at the Guildhall on Tuesday, July 22 at 7.30pm.

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1:19pm Thu 17 Jul 14

bosco1 says...

The rules in this country applies to everyone and if you run a business the same applies. Best answer close them down and send them packing.!
The rules in this country applies to everyone and if you run a business the same applies. Best answer close them down and send them packing.! bosco1
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