BBC reports on the restaurant which is breaking the law by selling Polish beer in litres.
A restaurant owner has described laws which ban him from serving beer by the litre as “barmy” after he was threatened with court action.
Nic Davison was served an infringement notice by trading standards officers for selling beer illegally.
Mr Davison, who owns the Kuchnia Polska restaurant in Doncaster, was told to change his glasses within 28 days or face a court hearing and a £2,000 fine.
The 1988 Weights and Measures Act says draught beer must be sold in pints.