Police fine nail salon for being open during lockdown

Met Police have released body-worn footage of the moment they found a nail salon operating in an outbuilding at a private residence.

They fined the owner of the business £1000 and the customers £200 each.

It came just a day after Met Police also found seven people from different households eating and watching TV together in the same house.

South Area BCU commander Dave Stringer, said: “Though police are primarily focusing on the most severe breaches of COVID violations such as large gatherings, officers continue to respond to reports from the public of non-essential businesses operating illegally and smaller house parties, which are also undoubtedly contributing to the spread of the virus”

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