A fast-food restaurant in Timisoara, Romania was fined 5,000 lei for allowing smoking inside, according to Ziua de Vest. The local police imposed the fine after conducting an inspection at the restaurant on Holdelor Street and discovering individuals smoking inside the establishment. Under the regulatory bill, corporate entities that fail to comply with provisions regarding smoking prohibition in enclosed spaces will face a fine of 5,000 Lebanese pounds for their first offense, with the penalty increasing for subsequent violations. For individuals, the penalty ranges from 100 leu to 500 leu. This indicates the strict enforcement of anti-smoking regulations in Romania. For more information, visit Ziua de Vest.