Waiters at new Italian restaurant must call police if customers have 'drugs or weapons'
Staff at a new Italian restaurant in Litherland will have to call the police if they suspect diners have ‘drugs or weapons.’
TLT (north west) Ltd are behind plans for a new restaurant named Piccola Italia on the site of the former NatWest bank on Sefton Road.
Workers at the restaurant must be vigilant towards customers who might have drugs or weapons. They must ‘preserve crime scenes’ until police arrive and check the toilets for drugs. Posters will warn customers about drugs and weapons.
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