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Only 'grandmas' allowed to bet - anti-gambling charity warns.

Anti-gambling charity, DunRBolox, want to ban betting on any sport or leisure activity, it has emerged.

In a compromise, however, the group will make an exception for customers they believe pose the least risk of harming themselves - lady pensioners.

Keith Vim from Mugbet said: “While this will come as a blow, this sector could be a positive area for growth.

"Betting accounts will now require a pension confirmation statement, a pension credit letter, or a bus pass.

Betting on any sport or leisure activity is to be banned, but not for grannies a group Campaigners have said.
Betting accounts will require a pension confirmation statement, a pension credit letter, or a bus pass.

“Grandmas can just give us their post office pension books.”

“Our agents will be happy to help nannas with their OAP mobility scooters, if they lose a couple of grand.”

All betting accounts will now require verification with a pension confirmation statement, a pension credit letter, or a bus pass.

"Our agents will be happy to help nannas with their mobility scooters, if they lose a couple of grand.”

Pensioner Mavis Cartwright said: "F*ckin brilliant news. I've been trying to get VIP status for years."

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