Restaurant owner fed emergency workers for free during Westminster attack

Ibrahim Dogus, a London restaurateur, has three restaurants in Westminster. After Wednesday’s terrorist attack in Westminster, police ordered him to evacuate and to close his restaurants. Instead, Dogus kept one of his establishments, Troia, located just yards from Westminster Bridge, open for police officers and emergency personnel. He gave out free food and offered the restaurant as a place to keep warm, reports Dina Rickman in The Independent Online.

The restaurant remained open until 11.30pm “until the last officer was fed”.

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