Police pin vape shop owner to floor for ignoring coronavirus lockdown rules
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This is the dramatic moment a vape shop owner was pinned to the floor and arrested by four police officers for flouting the coronavirus lockdown.
Ian Grave, 45, kept his business open claiming he provided a key service selling products which help people give up smoking.
Only stores selling “essential goods” such as supermarkets, pharmacies, post offices and hardware stores have been told they can remain open during the national fightback against the illness.
But some high street vaping shops are sidestepping the emergency rules and staying open by claiming they are healthcare retailers.