The owners built a 300 metre long maze to make sure the entrance is away from NH 17.
Ernakulam: Days after the Supreme Court clamped down on alcohol being sold near highways, bar owners with establishments within 500 metres of the national highways have been worried about going out of business over the instructions. But there are few who aren’t worried at all as they have found creative ways to ensure that their bars don’t have to shut shop.
According to a news portal, the owner of Aishwarya Restrobar in Kerala’s Paravoor built a maze which is around 300 metres long leading up to the entrance of the bar. This serves the purpose of allowing owners to clearly state that they are no longer within 500 metres of NH 17.
While it remains to be seen how someone will find their way out in case they are too drunk, the idea is a definitely an innovative solution to a problem which has bar owners worried.
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