Two teenagers break into Clutha Pub in Glasgow stealing money and booze just weeks after the police helicopter crash.
Both teens stole £171 out of charity tins along with booze and other material from the pub, weeks after 10 people died following the tragic accident.
Jordan Parry, 16, and Darren Melrose, 18, both from Glasgow will serve a 6 month sentence for breaking into the crash site.
Sheriff Joseph Platt said ”
“The offence occurred less than three weeks after the public house in question was the site of a serious accident in which 10 people lost their lives.
“Accordingly, that you saw fit to commit this offence will have led, no doubt, to feelings of disgust amongst members of the public, and that term will go nowhere near the emotions felt by those who lost loved ones or friends in the incident.”