Thug brags of festival T in the Park scam during trial

A THUG who sneaked into last year's T in the Park with a weapon has bragged about getting back into the event at the weekend - in the middle of his trial.

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Mark Logan, from Glasgow, revealed how easy it was to breach security at the music festival as a jury found him guilty of having a blade hidden inside his mobile phone.

"Hundreds of people" managed to sneak in without tickets, he claimed.

Logan was found guilty yesterday of having a blade at T in the Park on July 13 last year.

Sentence was deferred on the 27-year-old - who was on bail at the time and has a string of previous convictions - until August 12.

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