’Fess up if you smashed win­dow

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

MONTO’S State of Ori­gin was a dis­ap­point­ing night not only for pas­sion­ate Ma­roons fans but also for the Al­bert Ho­tel.

Li­censee Dianne Fal­zon said a group of young men cel­e­brat­ing an 18th birth­day got a lit­tle out of hand with one pa­tron smash­ing a win­dow.

Ms Fal­zon was will­ing to for­give their ac­tions, pro­vided the of­fender paid to re­place the win­dow.

“We all do the wrong thing but if you just be a man and con­fess to the crime then all I will ask is to pay for the dam­age done to the win­dow and the crime be recorded with po­lice,” she said. “I won’t hes­i­tate to go to the po­lice if the per­son doesn’t con­fess by week’s end.”

Ms Fal­zon said in­sur­ance for win­dows in pubs was ex­pen­sive and she would be buy­ing CCTV cam­eras.

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