235 arrested at restaurant serving alcohol after curfew

Another bust for unlawful alcohol and gathering occurred in the early hours of yesterday morning as police in Khon Kaen busted an alcohol-serving restaurant pouring drinks for over 200 clients illegally.
In violation of the Covid-19 Emergency Decree and the Communicable Disease Control Act, the Lan Mai restaurant in Maliwan Road in tambon Ban Pet in Muang district was found to be open after the 10 pm curfew and serving alcohol which is forbidden.
The provincial police chief reported that police arrived around 1 am late Tuesday evening, early Wednesday morning to search out the restaurant bar packed. A whole of 235 women and men have been found contained in the enterprise, with 9 people underneath the age of 18,
The prospects had been consuming and drinking, with alcohol being served covertly with cocktails being hidden in soda bottles and beer poured into incognito jugs.
Local police joined forces with drug suppression and administrative officers and different health officers to execute the late-night raid. Anonymous in the raid have been given speedy antigen equipment Covid-19 exams.
All those within the restaurant are being charged with violating the Emergency Decree and Communicable Disease Control Act for breaking the ban on gathering and were taken to the Ban Pet Police Station for processing. The owner of the restaurant faces the identical expenses..

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