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Carlos Roman, the owner of Breda & Barley restaurant in Covina, California, blocked a Los Angeles County health inspector’s car in with his truck in protest after the inspector fined him for having customers eating outside.

WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

“If we can’t work, he can’t work,” Roman said after being dinged for violating LA County’s Covid-19 measures.

Roman received a notice of closure from the Los Angeles Department of Public Health two days after the altercation.

A GoFundMe account has since been set up to support his struggling restaurant.

“I want everyone to see how hard this sh*t is,” Roman presciently said at the time.

Authorities in California have stepped up their enforcement of restaurants and shopping malls in the days following Christmas.


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BS Clair
BS Clair
1 year ago

I LOVE this!

Mort
Mort
1 year ago

The B5 of “I’m just doing my job” it TOTAL garbage !!
It’s no different than NA Z1s murdering Jews and saying “I’m just doing my job” . . . .

Dan Winright
Dan Winright
1 year ago

The city of covid California is FINALLY WAKING UP.

Dan
Dan
1 year ago
Reply to  Dan Winright

Hey, this is real. All should stand up to this BS. In reality, don’t pay any taxes; don’t pay for any license. If people wish to come to your restaurant, then all you need in liability insurance. Screw all these people that says you need a license. F**K NO! It’s all a scam and joke for all business owners.