An owner of a Staten Island, New York, bar that gained notoriety for not following COVID restrictions posted a video to the establishment's Facebook page showing summonses being torn up and and thrown at New York City Sheriff's deputies. A video shared on the Mac's Public House Facebook page Friday shows bar co-owner Keith McAlarney tearing up the summonses being given to him and yelling at the officers. In the clip, McAlarney flings the papers and insults the deputies. "You guys are a waste," he says. "You guys lost. You're gonna come after me now three months later? Just following orders? Give up your paycheck. Are you willing to give up your paycheck?" "Part one of insanity," the bar's Facebook post with the video said. "You lost 3 months ago but say ahh what the hell let's do it again!!! What's crazy is I wasn't even there the day they are (personally) fining me for!" Mac's also appeared to have livestreamed the exchange from a different angle on its Facebook page. … [Read more...] about Anti-COVID Restrictions Bar Owner Rips Up Summonses, Tosses Them at Sheriff’s Deputies
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If you are in Russia and are dying for an authentic taste of Vietnam, with “pho” and “bia hoi”, head to one of the 14 restaurants named ‘Uncle Ho’ around the country. This restaurant is located within a luxury food court in Izhevsk city in the Volga and Ural region. It attracts diners with its selection of dishes with authentic Vietnamese tastes, such as beef “pho” and chicken rolls. This is the 14th franchised restaurant in the chain. The 13 others are all located in the bustling and beautiful city of St. Petersburg. The chain’s owners now plan to open another in Tyumen city. The fact that Vietnamese dining facilities thrive in Russia proves that Vietnamese cuisine has won the hearts of the Russian people./. VNA … [Read more...] about A taste of Vietnam in Russia
APRIL 12 marks the next phase of lockdown easing – including a cheeky loophole which means you can go INSIDE a pub. A handful have a 24-hour license – and are gearing up to welcome punters back as soon as the clock strikes 12, as Brits are set to sink 15million pints next week. Non-essential shops, hairdressers and theme parks, as well as restaurants with outdoor space, reopen in England on Monday. A legal loophole means even pubs without gardens can fling open their doors to customers. Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes can utilise any outdoor space available to them as a makeshift drinking and dining area - an initiative first mooted last June. Pub-goers will be able to soak up the sun in beer gardens across the UK, with a ‘mini-heatwave’ expected. It comes as the single-dose Janssen vaccine is set to be approved in DAYS with the UK's fourth Covid jab expected to help widen the rollout to under-50s. A decision by the health regulator is expected to be made within … [Read more...] about Coronavirus news UK – Legal loophole means Brits CAN go inside pubs tomorrow as lockdown restrictions end at midnight
GYMS and leisure centres were among the last businesses to open their doors after the first lockdown ended in 2020. But now gyms can reopen in stage two of Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown on April 12. Locked-down Brits are keen to get back to the gym and regain their fitness When are gyms reopening in the UK? As part of his announcement, the PM said gyms will be allowed to reopen from April 12, alongside non-essential shops, pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions, and personal care premises such as salons and barbers. It is music to the ears of fitness fanatics and gym owners alike after the premises were forced to close during the country's three national lockdowns. Group exercise classes won't restart again until mid-May when restrictions start lifting for indoor gatherings. Before gyms were allowed to open their doors once again, outdoor sports - such as tennis and golf - were able to return from March 29. Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said the … [Read more...] about When do gyms reopen?
THE LAST movements of missing Brit woman Sarm Heslop could have been missed as a bar's CCTV was not working due to a power failure. Heslop , 41, from Southampton, Hampshire, vanished without a trace on March 7 after she and Ryan Bane, 44, had drinks at the 420 to Center bar in Frank's Bay, St John, the US Virgin Islands. Heslop has been missing since for more than a month as she vanished without a trace - with Bane telling cops she was last seen aboard his boat Siren Song. The mystery continues as no clues have yet been discovered as to her whereabouts or what happened to her on March 7. And now cops have hit another brick wall as they attempt to trawl through the island's CCTV network to try and trace Sarm's movements. Ryan Sharkey, owner of the 420 to Center bar, said the cameras at the bar have only just been replaced after a power outage, reports The Mirror . He said: "The CCTV was blown out a few days before by an electrical outage. “I’ve only just got it … [Read more...] about Last movements of missing Brit woman Sarm Heslop MISSED as bar’s CCTV wasn’t working due to power failure