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The Italian restaurant in the Brugse Poort that no pizza's, but drugs are sold: a Lot of customers, but almost no one went there to eat
Ghent Pizza? No: cocaine and hashish. The owner of an Italian restaurant in the Brugse Poort risk for the criminal court to four years in prison, as he had in his case drug sales were allowed, and organized. “There at are as good as ever.”

On January 24, combed the police more than fifty hotels, restaurants and cafés in Ghent, mainly on the basis of evidence from local residents that there are unsavory things suspected. One of the restaurants where the police, without warning, a look started to take, was an Italian case in the Brugse Poort. But instead of pizzas, the police discovered there especially drugs. Hashish and cocaine: on the afwastafel, in the hood, in the pepper mill.


For a control, it would appear that of the ten customers that, in two hours time walked, nine were known to the police from the drug world. “The restaurant turned bad. There at as good as never someone, already got the owner, however, people on the floor," said the prosecutor, Friday, during the trial against the licensee. “For me it's a fact that the restaurant is a drugsmarktplaats was. Customers could of each other to buy drugs, but also of the owner.”

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