Lagos restaurant busted for serving meals behind closed doors

A Lagos restaurant has been busted by PSP police after being caught serving 10 people behind closed doors on Monday (February 1), breaking Portugal’s State of Emergency rules.

PSP agents were alerted to the situation after receiving “several anonymous tips from Lagos citizens” about a restaurant in Atalaia that was reportedly serving lunches and dinners to groups of people from other parts of Portugal who are currently working in Lagos.

Said the police force in a statement, clients would be let in through a back door in order to “deceive the police”.

It added that there was a “deal in place between the restaurant and some companies to provide meals at a more accessible price to their employees”.

The restaurant and the 10 clients were handed fines for breaking Portugal’s lockdown rules.

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