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Sunday, 19 April 2020

Brooklyn barbershop busted for hosting wild party, defying coronavirus rules

A Brooklyn barber shop was busted by cops for hosting an underground party with over 50 revelers in defiance of coronavirus social distancing rules, police said. Cops arrived at eNVee Barbershop on Avenue L near 87th St. in Canarsie just after 10 p.m. to find dozens of people partying inside the supposedly shuttered business.
A Brooklyn barber shop was busted by cops for hosting an underground party with over 50 revelers in defiance of coronavirus social distancing rules, police said. Cops arrived at eNVee Barbershop on Avenue L near 87th St. in Canarsie just after 10 p.m. to find dozens of people partying inside the supposedly shuttered business.

A Brooklyn barber shop was busted by cops for hosting an underground party with over 50 revelers in defiance of coronavirus social distancing rules, police said.
Cops arrived at eNVee Barbershop on Avenue L near 87th St. in Canarsie just after 10 p.m. to find dozens of people partying inside the supposedly shuttered business.
The officers handed out 60 summonses for violating social distancing rules — and arrested two people in connection to a gun found at the scene, according to sources.
The bust comes on the heels of Mayor de Blasio’s plea Saturday for New Yorker’s to rat out coronavirus crowders and non-essential businesses that refuse to shut down.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo shut down all barber shops, hair and nail salons, and tattoo parlors on March 21 to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

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