A owner of a brewery at Los Angeles County told Fox News on Monday a video camera within his institution seemed to catch a health professional breaking into a dancing after telling a employee that the area had to closejust before the Super Bowl.
She advised one of his workers the brewery had been in breach of county guidelines since there wasn't any food truck, and it needed to close, he explained.
Like most tiny companies, Avery stated his brewery was"decimated emotionally and financially."
Avery said the inspector was be wrong and the institution had every right to be receptive. She finally admitted that there was some sort of misunderstanding and company there might restart. Among the inspector's supervisors also called to apologize to the confusion the following day, he explained.
Avery finally went back to see among those safety cameras and stated he seen the inspector split to a dance only minutes after delivering the news that the location had to shut. Obviously, he's got no method of understanding why the inspector felt forced to dancing, but"the understanding actually stinks," he explained.
She had just advised the employee he might be out of work, he explained. Considering all of the pain these lockdowns imposed on small business owners, the dancing was jarring, '' he explained.