In early twentieth century Scotland, urban centers faced increasing problems with illegal gambling, gang culture and unregulated gatherings of the young. What places were unusually seen as a source of the problem?

Answer: Italian Ice-cream shops. A community concern developed that these shops were the source of activities of ill-repute.

Source: Impaled upon the Thistle by Ewen Cameron

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