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Landlord fined for selling viagra to customers

Landlord fined for selling viagra to customers
Landlord fined for selling viagra to customers


Landlord fined for selling viagra to customers

A BRADFORD landlord has been fined for “putting people’s health at risk” by running a sideline selling viagra tablets over the bar of his pub.
Police found more than 500 tablets during a raid on the Ring O Bells pub in Queensbury, run by 61 year-old Leslie Bradshaw on behalf of Punch Taverns.
He pleaded guilty to a charge of administering a medicinal product when not an appropriate practitioner at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court.
Prosecutor Nadine Clough told the court that officers executed a drugs warrant on the premises on May 20 this year and found a “large quantity” of tablets in a flat above the pub, where Bradshaw lived and had been landlord for 13 years.


Around 200 Kamagra tablets were seized, alongside more than 300 Sildamax pills and a quantity of small plastic bags.
Miss Clough said Bradshaw made full admissions to police, saying he had stockpiled the tablets over a number of years, and used to sell them to customers.
He said that in the past, lots of people had bought the drugs, but the trade tailed off when his customer base changed and the pills were left unsold. He stated that now, he only occasionally sold a couple of tablets at a time, selling them for £1 a pill, making around 25p of profit on each one.
Miss Clough said Bradshaw was charged because of the “volume of tablets found in the property.”
Lisa Julian, mitigating for Bradshaw, said he had originally bought the tablets for himself online.



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