The owners of a Scots pub are facing legal action from Yoko Ono over the use of her late husband John Lennon’s name and image.
Lennons, in Dundee, was set up seven years ago to show “appreciation” for the former Beatle.
The pub has recently received a letter from Ms Ono’s lawyers accusing it of infringing copyright.
Lease holder Michael Craig has been ordered to remove all pictures, signs and memorabilia in 14 days.
Mr Craig told STV News on Monday that the bar owners, Trust Inns, had informed him that there would be no choice but to remove the signs.
He added: “It’s very bizarre. We don’t know what she [Ono] is annoyed about, we don’t know why we’ve offended her - I’ve never met the woman.
“It’s a small pub, people like John Lennon, it’s an appreciation of him so I don’t know why she’s unhappy.
“We’ve spent all our money on the pub and can’t afford anything else. There are Lennons bars all over the world and no-one knows why they’ve picked on us - we’ve been here seven years and never come to their attention before.”
Mr Craig said it would cost the pub thousands of pounds to remove the items and change the name.
He said he would “wait and see” what happens regarding the dispute, while lawyers are assessing Ms Ono’s correspondence.