Two Bradford business managers are due to appear in court tomorrow (October 1) charged with breaching coronavirus restrictions.
Brogan Hayes faces five allegations of contravening the lockdown regulations at Hotter Than Hell, a tanning salon operating from Westgate Hill Street in Birkenshaw.
Bradford City Council accuses her of failing to close the business during an emergency period, on or around May 15, failing to comply with Council prohibition notices and obstructing the Council in carrying out a function under the coronavirus regulations.
Also listed at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates Court tomorrow is Tahier Hussain Shah who faces nine charges of allegedly breaching the regulations at Lifestyle Gym at Unit 2 First Floor, Kyme Mills, Johnson Street, Laisterdyke, Bradford.
He is accused of failing to close a business or service not permitted to be open during an emergency period, contravening a direction or failing to comply with an instruction or prohibition notice during an emergency period, and obstructing the Council in carrying out a function under the coronavirus regulations in England. The alleged offences date between May 13 and June 4.