“Have you got a licence for that sporran sir?”
Kilt wearers could face prosecution if they do not have a licence for their sporran under new legislation which has been introduced in Scotland.
The maximum penalties for breaking the law are a fine of Â£5,000 and six months in prison.
Hamish Husband, spokesman for the Association of Tartan Army Clubs, said the legislation could affect fans who follow their national football team.
“Are the police going to take DNA samples from the sporran of every kilted supporter who walks into Hampden?” he asked.