Six illegal workers are in detention awaiting removal from the UK after they were caught in UKBA raids in Gwynedd north west Wales.
Acting on a tip off officers went to Spice Bank, High Street, Criccieth on the night of 18th May. Two members of staff tried to hide from officers behind a cooker and a door, but were caught, well people from Bangladesh tend to be on the small side or should I say short of stature to be politically correct.
After checks were made, four men from Bangladesh were found to be illegal workers.
Two men aged 21 and 27 were working in breach of the conditions of their student visas, a 32-year-old had overstayed his visa and a 43-year-old had stayed in the country illegally after his asylum claim was refused.
The four were taken to St Asaph police station for questioning and have since been transferred to immigration detention to await removal from the UK.
On the same evening, Passage to India, Lombard Street, Porthmadog, was raided.
Two Bangladeshi men, aged 24 and 26, were found to be working in breach of the conditions of their student visas. Bangladesh must be nigh on empty considering how many are over here.
They were also taken to St Asaph police station to join their Bangledeshi mates.
A third Bangladeshi man aged 32 was arrested at the restaurant but was later released. No further action will be taken against him.