Music retailer to close shop
FOPP on Byres Road will close by the end of the month, HMV has confirmed.
The music retailer, which was rescued from administration last year, has stated that the closure is due to “extortionate” business rates in certain locations.
It has been reported that new tenants are already lining up to move into the property.
ASLEAZY teacher who admitted making crude and inappropriate comments to nine pupils avoided jail yesterday. Nat McMullen left the girls aged 12-16 “extremely uncomfortable” while working as a maths teacher at a school in Glasgow’s East End.
The 70-year-old made remarks about wanting to pay to look up a teenager’s skirt and pinned another girl up against a wall.
Glasgow Sheriff Court some girls broke into tears.
McMullen returned to the dock having pleaded guilty to conducting himself in a disorderly manner, repeatedly making gestures, uttering comments of a sexual nature and committing a breach of the peace. heard
His lawyer claimed McMullen, of Hamilton, Lanarkshire, had been “trying to build a rapport” with pupils to get “street credibility”.
Sheriff Alan Findlay told the shamed OAP: “I am a bit disappointed in your attitude, but I will deal with this with a supervision order.”
The sheriff imposed the two-year community payback order which will see McMullen monitored by social workers. He was also placed on the sex offenders’ list for the same period of time.
The court earlier heard how McMullen retired in 2007 before returning to work in 2014.
He told a 16-year-old girl in front of her class: “I would pay 20 quid to look up your skirt.”
McMullen also pretended to spank another girl and pinned a third girl against a wall.
He suggested a female pupil who
The case was heard at Glasgow Sheriff Court