Istanbul’s Public Security Branch raided a men-only game club/coffee house March 31, fining some 26 people who had packed the location that should have been closed according to Ankara’s COVID-19 provisions.
Ethics and Gambling squads from Istanbul police discovered that the club did not have a trade license and was operating illegally.
While owner Ersunal Ç. Was detained by police, the 26 guests were fined 392 Turkish Lira (about $65) each.
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