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A well-dressed, middle-aged woman, who had bought a bag of cannabis from the serving hatch minutes earlier, was puffing on a joint in a corner.
There is a dining room with patio doors leading outside and a serving hatch through to the kitchen, and a separate sitting room with fireplace.
It is believed the youths ordered and paid for an order, but instead of collecting the food they then threw the animal through the serving hatch of the restaurant.
Features in the spacious lounge/dining room include sliding patio doors to the garden, a serving hatch to the kitchen and a fireplace with a living-flame, coal-effect gas fire.
The three-bedroom home contains a host of original features including ornate cornicing and friezes, stained glass windows, high ceilings, a servant's bell board and a serving hatch.
The dining room leads off from the hallway, has windows to two aspects and a useful serving hatch to the kitchen.
The dining room has laminate flooring, a quaint serving hatch to the kitchen (great for saving your legs during meal times) and leads to the lovely conservatory.
In one clip, she kicks a naked man while he is trussed up to the hall's serving hatch.
One serving hatch even has an old sign advertising "Senior Service" cigarettes, and old jugs, together with pewter tankards, hang from the ceiling of the bar.
Losing the serving hatch wall increased the flow to the other downstairs rooms and at the same time instantly opened up the space.
By an inspired piece of planning, his insect-o- locutor was just above the serving hatch, so that if the arrival of your bangers and mash coincided with the death of a blue-bottle, the corpse would end up in your potato.