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Restaurant Owner in Hot Water for Tweeting About Sting Operation, Found Not Guilty

Restaurant Owner in Hot Water for Tweeting About Sting Operation, Found Not Guilty

The city argued that the tweet intentionally impeded the sting operation

The restaurant owner could have faced up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine had he been found guilty.

John Horvatinovich, owner of restaurant Salt 88 in Omaha, Nebraska, found himself in hot water after he tweeted a picture that landed him in front of six jurors, who ultimately found him not guilty of ruining a sting operation.

Horvatinovich was charged with the misdemeanor of obstructing a government operation when he tweeted a picture last summer of two undercover teens attempting to order alcohol. He was trying to warn other Omaha restaurant-owners of alcohol compliance checks, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

“Omaha restaurant peeps: These two are trying to ruin your night w/sting operations in town,” the now-deleted tweet read.

Although the restaurant did not serve the teens, Horvatinovich told KETV NewsWatch 7 that he was not sure how the case would play out and was “a little surprised” at the verdict.

"My argument is still that we have freedom of speech, and that he was well within his rights to send this tweet out," Carolyn Wilson, Horvatinovich's attorney, told KETV NewsWatch 7.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

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It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


3 Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurants in Penang Shut Down After Rats, Cockroaches & Droppings Were Found

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

It seems every now and then, a famous eatery in Penang either gets fined or closed down temporarily. This seems to be the fate of some eateries in Penang as of recently.

A few famous eateries in Penang were the centre of attention of an operation conducted by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), yesterday. According to The Star, two famous eateries in Penang were slapped with compounds worth over RM200 for multiple offenses.

The infamous Deen Maju Nasi Kandar was found guilty of placing raw materials on the floor and for risking cross-contamination by improper storage of hard-boiled eggs. In the case of Line Clear Nasi Kandar, they stored their food mix in a freezer.

These famous outlets aren’t the only ones who were the target of MBPP’s sting operation. The operation also included four other well-known premises on Macalister Road and Jalan Gurdwara. Rat droppings were found on the premises in Macalister Road. But the most surprising one would be the premises on Jalan Gurdwara.

This is because the premises were found having live cockroaches and a dead rat! Rat droppings were also found in a hawker centre in Jalan Gurdwara. Yikes!

Bawani Murugesan, an MBPP Health Officer, said that the three premises were ordered to close because cockroaches, live rats and their droppings were found. All in all, RM520 worth of compounds were issued to four out of the six restaurants.

“This is our eighth spot check since we started our operations last November,” stated Bawani. She also added that spot checks will be ongoing on Penang Island throughout this year.

Since the operations started, it has raked up over RM2000 worth of compounds and 21 premises were closed down. This operation has created a slight change as some outlets have improved their hygiene and cleanliness.

Nasi Kandar has earned a permanent spot in the hall of fame, being one of Malaysia’s most iconic comfort foods. We all love our Nasi Kandar, but, sometimes we need to be aware of what’s happening in the kitchen too.


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