In front of a bar in India has built a maze to avoid the ban on selling alcohol at the track
The owner of the bar Aiswarya Bar in India built a maze in front of the entrance to the school to get around the new law prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages less than 500 meters from the Federal and regional highways, reports Times of India.
After the construction of a labyrinth where visitors can walk 520 meters from the nearest road to the bar.
The representative of the local administration responsible for the issuance of licenses for the sale of alcohol, confirmed that Aiswarya Bar could legally continue its activities.
“We measure foot path to the institution and not the distance through the air, but the bar will still be fined because of a change in the location of the entrance”, — said the employee of the local licensing Committee A. Vijayan.
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With effect from 1 April in India the law aims to combat drunken drivers. According to the publication, the property owner of Aiswarya Bar K. Brewing are nine bars, many of which were closed in connection with a change in legislation.