But on Tuesday, Lucas Lepejian, the 20-year-old kid of the dining establishment owner, was detained for presumably removing the barriers.

A California city put up a fence outside a restaurant that has repeatedly flouted coronavirus health orders, a report stated.

The owner of the restaurant, Baret Lepejian, told the Times that he will not pay the fines.

“Show me one shred of proof how I am threatening the public,” he told the paper.

The restaurant has actually racked up almost $50,000 in fines given that the start of the pandemic for violating public health orders, permitting outdoor dining at a time when the practice was banned by the county, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The fencing was set up Saturday beyond Tinhorn Flats Saloon & & Grill in Burbank after a court bought the facilitys electricity be turned off, according to an NBC Los Angeles report.

A judge on Friday ruled the dining establishment can not reopen without new authorizations.

“This has never had to do with security or the public. Its never ever had to do with that. This whole thing has to do with fear and control,” he stated.

The city had actually formerly positioned sandbags outside business in a quote to keep it closed.