Having police raid and detain suspects is not a nice thing to witness in the middle of a restaurant whilst enjoying an ordinary night out.
But I'll just leave this here;
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/m ... y-13514604
Surprises me that there is no critisism of the restaurant owner who must have known his employees had no legal work documents but still employed them.
I will wager he was not paying them the minimum wage (why should he?) in the case above all 20 workers were only given food and board in an overcrowded "doss-house" with 6 or 7 to a room and they were only "paid" sporadically in with tiny "pocket money" amounts.
Meanwhile the restaurant owner charges full price for their meals and retains a "respectful and profesional attitude".
Modern slavery is a real problem in the restaurant trade, personally I'm glad the authorities are taking action.
Please let us know the name of the restaurant - they should be named and shamed!