They allegedly fought with a guard and other workers in a London convenience store
Two young Brits with family ties to rockers Ringo Starr and Liam Gallagher are accused of attacking an Indian security guard in a convenience store.
Sonny Starkey, Starr’s grandson, Gene Gallagher, the son of Gallagher, and model Noah Ponte pleaded not guilty Friday to an assortment of charges stemming from a fight a year ago at a Tesco Express shop in North London, the Sun reported.
Starkey and Gallagher are both 19; Ponte is 20.
The brawl started when Ponte allegedly ripped off a beer after the store’s curfew for selling booze.
Ponte, according to authorities, told the guard: “You bloody Indians. Go back to where you came from. You’re not wanted here.”
The trio allegedly fought with the guard and other workers before they left the store.