Police authorities in Hong Kong have arrested a local man for selling liquor along with five men and 16 women on suspicion of consuming alcoholic drinks on unlicensed premises on Friday.
A total of 22 people, aged between 25 and 60, were arrested in the bar which caters mainly to Filipino customers in Central in Hong Kong island at around 6pm Friday.
Operatives from the anti-triad squad in Central district raided an apartment located on 12-13 Li Yuen Street East and arrested the man surnamed Yeung, 57, for selling and possessing liquor for sale without a license, Sing Tao Daily reported.
Three Indian men, two Filipino men and 16 Filipino women were also arrested on suspicion of drinking on an unlicensed premises.
Police officers confiscated 200 bottles of beer valued at approximately HK$4,000 and a cash register during the raid, Oriental Daily reported.