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Sir John De Menteith - TraitorYes, Wallace was betrayed near Glasgow (Royston, now part of Glasgow) on August 5 1305 by Scots knight Sir John De Menteith, who was said to have turned over a table in a tavern, a sign to the English that the 'brigand' was among them.
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They looked upon him as the saviour of Scotland.

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According to Scottish records he was notorious in this area....but there are no perfect people.

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Braveheart had a fairly famous scene of people mooning. William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson, leads the Scottish army in taunting an attack by mooning their foes. We see exactly what Scotsmen DON'T wear beneath their kilts.

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