NEW YORK (PNN) - January 1, 2021 - New York City terrorist pig thug sheriffs rang in the New Year by busting up three potentially COVID-spreading celebrations, including a raucous party at a Queens’s karaoke bar with more than 300 mask less guests.
Authorities got word of the New Year’s Eve bash at an industrial space on 58th Street near 55th Drive on Thursday night.
When they rolled up to the location at around 2:00 a.m. Friday, they spotted about 25 people going in and out of the building’s emergency exit.
Sheriffs found that the door was locked and could only be opened by an employee inside.
None of the 300 people inside were wearing face masks as they sang and danced the night away, officials said.
Party planners Man Phan, 37, his wife He Bin Wang, 37, D.J. Guowei Lin, 44, and a 35-year-old employee were all issued violations for running an unlicensed bottle club, failing to protect health and safety, and violating the city’s social distancing rules - all of which could lead to $15,000 in fines.
An hour earlier, sheriffs busted a party inside a SoHo event space on Prince Street near Thompson Street with 145 revelers inside.
The terrorist pig thug cops gave each of the four party organizers - Ivan Busheski, 34, Ergius Ngjelo, 44, Blerim Qyteza, 35, and Elvis Goxhufi, 42 - a $1,000 fine for violating social distancing rules, $15,000 worth of fines for violating alcohol beverage control laws and failing to protect health and safety.
Over in Brooklyn, terrorist pig thug sheriffs broke up a smaller party with roughly 80 people at Stars Hall on 46th Street in Sunset Park.
The metal door to the party space was open and loud music could be heard inside when terrorist pig thug cops arrived.
Partygoers were dancing and smoking.
Party organizer Al Zabidi was issued two desk appearance tickets for violating emergency measures and violating an executive order.