Police smashed unlicensed bars in Sham Shui Po and Central yesterday (24th).
The Sham Shui Po Police District Anti-Triad Operation Team and the Sham Shui Po Division Miscellaneous Investigation Team launched an operation code-named "Tiger Fight" yesterday. A total of 29 people were arrested at a unit at 27 Fuk Wah Street at about 10 pm, and 295 cans of beer and one were seized. Batch audio equipment.
Among the arrested, a 61-year-old man was suspected of "selling alcoholic beverages without a license", "possession of alcoholic beverages for re-sale purposes", "operating an unlicensed karaoke establishment" and violating the "Prevention and Control of Diseases (Regulations and Instructions)" (Business and Premises) Regulations (Chapter 599F); 16 men and 12 women (aged 38 to 74) were arrested for "drinking alcohol in premises without a liquor license". One of the women was a mainlander. They were also fined for violating the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition of Group Gathering) Ordinance (Chapter 599G).
In addition, at about 7 o’clock last night, the Central District Police District’s Anti-Triad Action Team launched operation code-named "FANWOOD (FANWOOD). The unlicensed bar was broken, and about 454 bottles of wine, 18 plastic barrels and about 1,000 yuan in cash were seized.
During the operation, a 39-year-old non-Chinese female person in charge was arrested on suspicion of "unlicensed selling alcohol", "unlicensed possession of alcoholic beverages for sale", and violating Chapter 599F; 8 non-Chinese women and 2 non-Chinese The Chinese man and 4 local men (23 to 61 years old) were arrested on suspicion of "drinking in a place without a liquor license" and suspected of violating Chapter 599G. The police will issue a fixed penalty notice to them.