Graham Yuill spotted the bucket being passed between buildings over a street in Paisley, Renfrewshire. Police ordered a group of students in Paisley to take down a makeshift zip wire between their two flats used to pass basic food stuffs, such as milk and beer. See Centre Press story CPBUCKET; The mystery of a bizarre pulley system that appeared high above a street between two houses has been solved and the culprits found: four lazy students. The sight of two strings and a bucket overhead sparked confusion among residents last week. But it has now emerged that a group of students were using the system to pass items including cups of tea, biscuits and even a bottle of milk between their houses. Three flights of stairs down, a short walk across a road, and then two flights of stairs up proved too strenuous for them. So they used the contraption which is more commonly associated with wells or building sites.
Former SAS British army corporal, Graham Yuill, was tasked with carrying out a security audit on Lord Louis Mountbatten at his Mullaghmore residence just weeks before he was murdered in an IRA bombing attack in 1979. Yuill claims he warned his superiors of a specific security risk on Mountbatten’s boat in the local harbour, but his warnings weren’t acted on