03:17AM, Tuesday 12 June 2012
A convenience store could be stripped of its alcohol license after it was caught selling Special Brew to a drunken vagrant and a four-pack of Fosters to a 16-year-old girl.
APNA Bridge Superstore in Maidenhead will go before the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council's licensing panel on July 4 following several breaches of conditions.
The most recent breach happened on April 20 when a volunteer girl was served alcohol without being asked for identification.
It will be the fourth time the Bridge Avenue shop has been called infront of the committee.
A licensing consultant representing ANPA was contacted but refused to comment until after the hearing.
The licensing panel sub-committee meeting will take place at the Town Hall, St Ives Road, on Wednesday, July 4 at 10am.
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