Cyprus Mail

Six fined for gambling in Paphos


Paphos police fined six people for gambling late on Sunday, including one who was participating without a SafePass.

The six were found in a cafe in Paphos playing dice. They were all fined for illegal gambling, while one of them was also reported for not carrying a SafePass, a document required to visit certain venues, including the indoor areas of cafes.

Officers also fined the cafe owner for failing to implement certain coronavirus measures.

Police said they will file a case against the business owner in court.

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