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Paphos tavern without a licence closed

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A tavern in Paphos was closed on Friday night after it was found operating without the relevant licences.

Officers who carried out the check discovered that the business was operating without a commercial licence for music and liquor.

Police closed the tavern for the night while the case will be referred to the court to issue an order and suspend the operation of the tavern.

They also confiscated two speakers and one amplifier as well as a number of boxes containing alcoholic beverages, police said.

The owner of the tavern was also booked for violating coronavirus measures by not wearing a face mask.

 

 

 

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