CRAZY Y RULES S EARL’S JUKE JOINT, NEW­TOWN

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - THE SNITCH -

KINGS CROSS S HO­TEL

80-year-old grand­mother turned ed away from cel­e­bra­tions with her er grand­kids be­cause she didn’t have ID. It’s manda­tory for li­cences nces to be scanned at some Syd­ney yd­ney venues.

Banned from hav­ing a pin­ball ma­chine or live mu­sic.

GOROS, SURRY HILLS

Se­cu­rity guards have to have the word ‘se­cu­rity’ in 10cm let­ter­ing on the front and back of their cloth­ing. The venue copped a $1000-plus fine be­cause he had it on the front but not the back of his cloth­ing. They were also told they couldn’t have a mir­ror ball.

BUR­ROW BAR, CBD

Ge­orge St bar owner told to put up a sign telling peo­ple to con­sider their neigh­bours and leave qui­etly. Ge­orge St is the city’s main street dom­i­nated by high rise of­fices.

THE IVY, CBD

A po­lice­man took out a ruler to de­ter­mine whether a se­cu­rity guard was com­ply­ing with a rule which­hih which says se­cu­rity lo­gos lo need d to be 10cm x 10cm.

SOUTH DUBBO TAV­ERN

A singer-song­writer is told they can only play cov­ers but not their own songs. The rea­son? Li­cens­ing con­di­tions.

LOW­LANDS BOWL­ING CLUB, NEW­CAS­TLE

Ukulele les­son for over 60s was shut down be­cause of a noise com­plaint. It was 5.30pm on a Mon­day.

NOISE COM­PLAINTS

Pub own­ers have to po­ten­tially deal with seven gov­ern­ment agen­cies about noise com­plaints: the De­part­ment of Plan­ning, NSW Po­lice, NSW En­vi­ron­ment Pro­tec­tion Au­thor­ity, lo­cal coun­cil, Roads and Mar­itime Ser­vices, Liquor and Gam­ing NSW and Prop­erty NSW.

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