Sam McCrory, a past master of Clifton Street’s Tyndale LOL 1869, said bands played music along the stretch as a protest.
Mr McCrory said: “It was done as a protest to the pro-apartheid organisation, otherwise known as the Parades Commission.
“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”
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I actually think he said that with a straight face!