A bar in the West End asked its first customers of post-lockdown to leave their premises yesterday after they could not provide test and trace details. 

The Thornwood Bar asked the punters to leave as they could not give their bartender an email address, home address, mobile number or home number.

The Dumbarton Road bar expressed their disappointment on Twitter as they said they don't have time for "shambling when lives and livelihoods count".

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They said: "At least we’ve got the off sales ready to go when we collectively f**k this right up eh!

"Shakes head.

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"We asked our first customers of post lockdown to leave yesterday for refusing to cooperate fully with test and trace. Not got time for shambling when lives and livelihoods count."

Their Tweet has since received over 100 retweets and over 1000 likes.