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A series of licensing checks were conducted at bars, pubs and restaurants along Prinsep Street and Chinatown by the police on Jan 12.
Out of the 44 outlets checked, two restaurants in Chinatown were found to have breached the liquor licensing conditions by supplying liquor and allowing liquor consumption beyond the permitted timing.
Actions will be taken against these operators, said the police in a news release.
Any shops found selling liquor or allowing liquor to be consumed within its premise after the permitted hours can be fined up to $10,000.
The police reminds licensees to adhere strictly to the liquor licensing conditions.