Cops shut down 'non-essential' liquor store

Modified 4 Jun 2021, 2:13 am

The Brickfields police in Kuala Lumpur have shut down a liquor store - which it said was non-essential.

There have also been reports that the police allegedly ordered hypermarkets to close down their alcohol sections. However, this was disputed by Kuala Lumpur police chief Azmi Abu Kassim.

In a statement this morning, Brickfields police chief Anuar Omar said officers inspected a liquor store yesterday following a complaint about the business receiving approval to operate as a food and beverage grocer.

The store is...

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