Homeless Illegal Bar Entrepreneur Coughs Up $160, Sentenced To Jail

If you want to make headlines by breaking into a closed bar and re-opening it on your own without a liquor license, plan on spending 15 days in jail and paying a $160 fine for your fun.

A Northern California man who did just that was sentenced to the fine and jail time, scheduled to head to the slammer Oct. 19, the Sacramento Bee reports. The entrepreneur isn’t allowed back at the club unless he somehow lands a job there.

The man re-opened the closed club and served as many as 30 customers a day before, as the sagelike songstress Ke$ha would but it, the po-po shut him down, down.

Man who re-opened distressed Penryn bar sentenced [Sacramento Bee]
(Thanks, dangerp!)

Previously: Industrious Homeless Man Breaks Into Shuttered Bar To Start Selling Booze

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