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Hundreds of people in Britain violated the epidemic prevention ban, barbershops reveled in the basement

Hundreds of people in Britain violated the epidemic prevention ban, barbershops reveled in the basement

In view of the changes in the epidemic situation, the prevention and control level in London, the capital of the United Kingdom, will be raised from level 2 to the highest level 3 from today.

In fact, in the second-level prevention and control state, people have been banned from indoor gatherings with people who are not their own families or cohabitants, but even so, some people still try their best to violate the ban with a fluke mentality.

Last weekend, police found a “secret nightclub” and more than 100 people who were partying there in the basement of a barbershop in Soho, London. Police said that the basement of the barbershop was “complete with bar, dance floor and audio equipment”, which was to put it bluntly under the guise of “barbershop” to do nightclub business.

London police said they were puzzled and shocked by this disregard for their health and violation of the ban. It is understood that the owner of the barbershop may face a fine of up to 10,000 pounds.

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