A Restaurant The owner of Toronto has been arrested for his persistent attempts to overturn the city’s ban on indoor dining, until he entered his own establishment and opened the door to customers.
Adamson has filed a lawsuit against barbecue owner Adam Scully in connection with repeated attempts to defy Toronto. Current corona virus controls For restaurant and bar owners, an order announced earlier this month has been extended to mid-December.
Scully, 33, reopened his restaurant for indoor dining on Monday Toronto Star Reports. He later boasted on Twitter that users should show up again for illegal indoor dining on Tuesday. [Toronto Premier Doug Ford] who Running in Ontario. ”
Toronto police responded but the Star reported that customers ate again inside the Adamson barbecue on Tuesday. The public health department later closed the restaurant at the end of the business day.
On Wednesday, Schockley reopened, outside a restaurant crowded with followers and protesters. In response, officials removed the locks Thursday morning.
Meanwhile, Schockley arrived at the restaurant on Thursday and told Toronto Sun reporter Joe Warmington that he would like to reopen for lunch that day. (He had previously written on Twitter that he was actively searching A locksmith To see him in the restaurant.)
According to Toronto Communications Officer Brad Rose, “Schoelli was allowed to enter a part of the building that had no access to the restaurant.” But from there, Scully and the staff smashed a wall separating the area from the dining room (footage of which Shared to a friend’s Facebook account), Allowed customers inside while police tried Stop the crowd.
Gradually, Scully was taken from his restaurant to a barracks store and will appear on bail on Friday. Toronto Sun. Reports.
He faces a number of charges, including aggravated assault, obstruction of police, and violation of Provincial Code of Conduct-19 regulations. Supporters have already opened a GoFundMe account to help with Sokelli’s legal bills.
Six people have been charged with assaulting a police officer while another has been charged. The Toronto Star reported on Thursday amid clashes surrounding the events.
Restaurants in Toronto Currently restricted From offering individual dining, the reopening will only work for take-out, delivery or drive-through in accordance with the protocol specified in the Ontario Act.