Led Zeppelin man witness in bootleg case

Jimmy Page gave evidence in Glasgow case

Led Zeppelin‘s Jimmy Page has been giving evidence in an alleged bootleg music case at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

Robert Langley from Buckinghamshire has denied 12 charges of trying to sell bootleg material in the city in 2005, reports BBC News.

Page was shown hundreds of CD and DVDs containing the band’s material.

He said the discs had not been authorised for manufacture, distribution or sale.

Langley has been accused of trying to sell the material at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow. The case continues.