Chinese national nabbed with illicit liquor

2017-05-10 22:22:10

A Chinese national was taken into custody by the Bambalapitiya Police today when he was found brewing illicit liquor (Kasippu) in a room on the third floor of an apartment in Bambalapitiya.

At the time of the arrest, the suspect was in possession of 650 litres of Goda, 160 litres of illicit liquor, 168 sticks of foreign cigarettes and other equipment used to brew arrack, police said.  

Investigations revealed that the suspect had been living in Puttalam for two years, and had shifted to Bambalapitiya about an year ago.

Police said the suspect had distributed liquor (in cans) to hotels and construction sites islandwide for the consumption of Chinese nationals working in Sri Lanka. (Ajith Siriwardana)


  Comments - 6

  • p nonis Thursday, 11 May 2017 07:55

    The Chinese people should ask the local kassipu guys how to get about it.All hard workers need a bit of alcohol after a heavy days work.The first signs of trouble, temporary insanity if gone wild, create more problems. Give them mendis or arrack, or chinease brewed in china.

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    Sambo Thursday, 11 May 2017 07:57

    So the Chinese are learning the Sri Lankan way. They also understand the high cost of liquor in Sri Lanka and producing a lo cost product for his nationals as well. Whats wrong in it.

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    Shelly. Thursday, 11 May 2017 12:35

    Noorochchole brew . This is what he has learned from us while giving us a sick power plant to us. via DM Android App

    Reply : 1       2

    banda Thursday, 11 May 2017 23:18

    Without Chinese power plant we'd have been in stark dark even in the Wesak day

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    Hiran Thursday, 11 May 2017 21:09

    Entrepreneur of the year

    Reply : 0       2

    Raheem Thursday, 11 May 2017 21:55

    Oh. Now The local Kasippu Mudalali's will make protest march against Chinese brewers.

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