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Pman Cited For Capacity Violations More Than 2x Over Occupancy During Homecoming

A Homecoming weekend crowd full of students and alumni got a little crazy at Primanti Brothers, known as “Pman,” early on the morning of Saturday October 5.

Just after midnight last Saturday, an impromptu visit by the fire marshal revealed that there were reportedly 454 people inside the bar, more than twice the legal occupancy of 209, according to citations filed with the magisterial district judge.

As a result, Pman was charged with violating two Centre Region Building Safety and Property Maintenance Codes. The bar was fined a total of $1,500, including the maximum $1,000 for the first violation and $500 for the second.

According to reports from patrons, after being forced to evacuate at the time of the violations, the bar promptly re-opened later that night before closing time.

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Andrew Woodman

Andrew Woodman or "Andy" as his friends don't call him is a senior majoring in Political Science and Business hailing from the enchanting land of DELCO. When he isn't reporting on stimulating UPUA meetings Andrew can be found at Canyon Wings the best wing place in State College. Forward all correspondence to his myspace account @woodrowwW97

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