Convenience Store Worker Fined £400 for Selling E-Cigarette to Teenager


A convenience store worker in the UK has been fined £400 for selling an e-cigarette to a teenager.

Recently, according to Newsshopper, a convenience store employee in the UK was fined £400 for selling an e-cigarette to a teenager.

This 44-year-old staff member, named Kashyakumari Rameshchandra Oza, was found guilty by the Bromley Magistrates’ Court on October 25th.

According to reports, Ozar was working at a convenience store on Sidcup High Street when he sold a strawberry-flavored e-cigarette to a minor.

Oza did not appear in court upon receiving a £400 fine. In addition, he was required to pay £1,118 in legal fees and £160 in additional costs.

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