Vape shops shamed for ‘flouting’ coronavirus lockdown
The stores in question were later paid a call by trading standards
Broski’s Vape Store owner Billy Grigolo told Bristol Live: “We are not open to ‘money grab’ – we provide an essential service to our customers and we don’t want to let them down.
“We implemented a one-in, one-out policy and cleaned down the counters after every customer. All staff were checking their temperatures every day.”
The store was visited by trading standards on 2 April and closed the next day.
Similarly, Revo Vapes in Morley, Leeds, was served a prohibition notice by the council after the local police discovered a member of the public being served through a window.
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