Ceylon Theatres today said that it shut down the Superior cinema hall of the Majestic Cineplex (MC) pending an investigation into complaints by patrons of bugs being found in several seats inside.
Issuing a statement, Executive Director of the C.T. Holdings PLC, Sanjay Niles stated:
“We refer to an incident which took place on the evening of Saturday 12th January 2019 at one of our cinemas. Upon receipt of the information on Sunday morning, Ceylon Theatres (CT) took immediate steps to shut the cinemas pending an investigation. No operations have taken place at this cinema since that time. CT also took steps to contact patrons concerned who responded by stating as per posting “they have contacted me and are taking necessary immediate action. As the motive for this message was conveyed, I will be taking this off from social media public”.
CT which has operated for 90 years always strives to maintain the highest standards to provide our patrons with an enjoyable cinematic experience. While regretting this incident, we wish to assure our patrons that every possible steps would be taken to immediately deal with this matter and serve our patron as we have over the years.”
cleanman Tuesday, 15 January 2019 01:13
so who shut down MC Theatre, is it you (CT) or CMC? there was a earlier news in daily mirror as CMS shut down and now this says CT shut closed down ........
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Rajeev s Tuesday, 15 January 2019 02:02
Just wanted to point, immediate action was not taken. Action was taken upon the visit of CMC officials
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Gamaya Tuesday, 15 January 2019 05:17
Typical lankan response....close the door after the horse has bolted....and possibly run over at Bambalapitiya junction....why isn’t basic maintenance being carried out ? Has there got to be a victim before checks are done? Sigh.......
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Independent Analyst Tuesday, 15 January 2019 06:06
Majestic's responsiveness is good. Authorities,CMC, inaction is apparent. Trust this will be an eye opener for all Institutions. 'LESSONS LEARNT'- Every problem must be turned into 'Change for Better'
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Chris Tuesday, 15 January 2019 06:51
This is good, I was one of the sharers of this post on FB, Good job Ceylon Theatres. Rather than deny, you accepted and rectified, Example to all the other conglomerates.
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ANTON Tuesday, 15 January 2019 07:19
YES......... MC IS AN AIR CONDITIONED, LUXURY , BUG'S DEN, IT SUCKS OUR BLOOD DAILY.
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Premawathie Tuesday, 15 January 2019 11:25
I can bet you anything, your 10 year plus old mattress is also a den of bugs and bacteria. LOL.
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RuwanL Tuesday, 15 January 2019 07:29
Thank you! social media!
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Unchikun Tuesday, 15 January 2019 10:24
What about the humbugs elsewhere?
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Karu Tuesday, 15 January 2019 11:15
MC owners can get rid of the bugs in the seats but not the three wheeler bugs who have a permanent lease of the parking space in front of their property.
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universityautos Tuesday, 15 January 2019 16:19
A simple matter what a pest control establishment firm could have easily handled has turned into a national issue
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Malli Wednesday, 16 January 2019 10:58
Rats at Liberty are far too much. Can the authorities take some action on that as well.
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