UK man in court facing 9 charges after 2009 E. coli outbreak

Ramazan Aslan, 35, the former owner of a Wrexham, U.K. takeaway, the Llay Fish Bar, has appeared in court to face nine charges of breaching food hygiene regulations, following an E. coli outbreak last year.

The case was adjourned until December after a brief hearing at Wrexham magistrates’ court.

The fish bar was at the centre of a major investigation when four people were taken ill.

Barrister Anthony Vines, for Wrexham council, said it was a serious and complex case that was not suitable to be dealt with by magistrates.