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The owner of the restaurant was allegedly attacked by the customer who refused to check-in

A restaurateur in New South Wales Mid-North Coast sustained facial injuries after being hit allegedly attacked By a client denied check-in.

The altercation was caught on CCTV and erupted when a man and a woman were asked to leave Forster’s restaurant مطعم Claimed not to wear masks indoors or Check in with QR Code.

When the couple was told that they would have to leave Anatolia Turkish Cuisine, it was said that he was the man Pick up a water bottle and throw it on the wall, and destroy it.

Then he escorted the 34-year-old from the restaurant and allegedly punched the ownerMustafa Jamalifred in the street.

New South Wales Police Commissioner وي Gary Warboys He said their behavior was “disgraceful”, and Mr Gamalivard says the experience left him “scared”.

The full story about this incident is here.


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