'Taff' accused to face Forest of Dean nightclub racism trial

James Davis James Davis denies racially harassing the bouncers

A man accused of racially abusing Welsh club bouncers, swearing at them and calling them "Taffs" is to face trial.

James Davis, 24, from Blakeney in the Forest of Dean, allegedly abused the bouncers after they threw him out of a Lydney nightclub in January.

Mr Davis previously denied the charge when he appeared before magistrates in Stroud.

He will face a charge of racially aggravated harassment during a trial in Cheltenham on 5 September.

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