Virat Kohli’s restaurant chain One8 Commune found violating rules; FIR filed against manager

Virat Kohli’s restaurant chain One8 Commune found violating rules; FIR filed against manager

Virat Kohli’s restaurant chain One8 Commune found violating rules; FIR filed against manager

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Apart from this, the managers to two other restaurants – Empire restaurant and Panzio Bar — have also been booked by Cubbon Park police station.

Bengaluru: An FIR has been registered against the manager of One8 Commune, co-owned by Indian cricketer Virat Kohli, for operating their restaurants and pubs beyond permissible time limits.

The Bengaluru police conducted a special drive against pubs, bars, and restaurants that were violating the rules set by the police department on directions from the government.

Patrolling officers are tasked with overseeing the closure of restaurants by 1 am. Acting on a tip off and visiting the pub, it was found that they were serving customers at 1.20 am on July 6, which is beyond the closing time.

Apart from this, the managers to two other restaurants – Empire restaurant and Panzio Bar — have also been booked by Cubbon Park police station.

“We have booked around 3-4 pubs for running late till 1:30 am last night. We received complaints of loud music being played. Pubs were allowed to remain open only till 1 am and not beyond that. A further investigation is on,” DCP Central BK Shekhar told media.

The Bengaluru branch of One8 Commune was launched in December of last year and is located on the sixth floor of Ratnam’s Complex on Kasturba Road, in close proximity to the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

After its success in Delhi and Mumbai, Virat Kohli co-owned One8 Commune was started in Bengaluru on December last year.