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Brisbane kebab shop rave costs business thousands

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A kebab shop in Brisbane’s Brunswick Street Mall has been fined $6,772 for breaching social distancing restrictions at the weekend.

Queensland Police commenced inquiries into the incident at Shah Kebabs after staff allowed a large number of young people to gather in their store in what is being described as a “spontaneous rave”.

The breach was exposed after footage of the revellers was posted to social media.

Nine News reporter Sophie Upcroft told Scott Emerson the past weekend saw a spate of public health order breaches.

“Unfortunately police haven’t been able to track down the over 30 people … who are quite frankly probably more at fault than the shop owners.”

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