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London Riots: Liam Gallagher’s ‘Pretty Green’ Turns Ugly

Written by John Ritchie on August 10, 2011

A clothing store Liam Gallagher owns in Manchester has been trashed during the London riots. The store named ‘Pretty Green’, which only opened in December last year, had its windows smashed and everything was stolen.

To make things even worse for Liam, Sky News described the Beady Eye frontman as a “former rock singer”.

@PoshKatt (who posted the photo above) said: Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green store, King Street … there was a lot of blood in this store.

Yesterday a Sony building burnt down that was filled with inventory for a number indie bands including Young Guns, Darwin Deez, The XX, She & Him, Temper Trap, Lucky Soul, We Are Scientists and Drive-By Truckers.

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