Coronavirus curfew: London burger restaurant fined £ 1000 for serving customer after 10 minutes

Revellers following the 10pm curfew in London

He was fined £ 1,000 for handing over a take-off meal to a customer just four minutes after a ১০ 10 coronavirus curfew at a burger restaurant in London.

Beam’s Burgers in Ilford were hit on a penalty charge when police learned that a single customer was allowed to place an order at 10pm and went over the food 240 seconds later.

A spokesman for the restaurant said customers had started ordering before the night curfew, and employees believed their service fell within the law.

“The new rules on Covid-19 are getting thicker and faster, and sometimes it’s not clear exactly how it should be interpreted,” they said.

The fine was one of many given across England as the country entered its second weekend with new curfews and table service-related rules for pubs, restaurants and other leisure venues.

In Liverpool, নাই 1,000 was charged for a nightclub when police found that not all customers were seated and most did not comply with social distance rules.

Officers raided 24 Kitchen Street venues on Friday evening.

“It’s extremely disappointing that for the second weekend in a row we were forced to pay a fine because a compound failed to discharge its responsibilities responsibly,” said Carls Baldwin, chief inspector of Merseyside Police.

Meanwhile, it was revealed on Friday that a hotel manager in Solihull became one of the first people in England to be fined a maximum of 10,000 10,000 for violating coronavirus rules after gathering with more than 200 guests.

The venue is now banned from hosting any events until January.

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