Heavy food safety fine for "incapable" Hatfield curry boss

PUBLISHED: 09:59 03 November 2016 | UPDATED: 12:44 03 November 2016

Khyber Balti House in Market Place, Hatfield.

Khyber Balti House in Market Place, Hatfield.


The manager of a Hatfield curry take-away business has been ordered to pay more than £35,000 and banned from the industry after repeatedly breaking food safety laws.

At St Albans Crown Court yesterday, judge Andrew Bright described hygiene standards at the Khyber Balti House in Market Place as “lamentable”, and 41-year-old Mohammed Kemal Hussain as “incapable of running a business involved in serving food”.

Hussain, of Dragon Way, Hatfield, was fined £23,000 for 23 food safety offences, and ordered to pay costs of £12,366 to the borough council.

For the full story, see next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times, in shops from Wednesday.

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