A SECOND Chinese takeaway in Clydebank was raided by immigration officers on Wednesday.

Good and Cheap on Cohcno Road was visited at 4.10pm, resulting in two men working illegally being escorted from the premises.

Checks by immigration enforcement officers, who were acting on intelligence, identified that the two Chinese men, aged 37 and 40, didn’t have permission to work.

A spokesman for the Home Office said: “The younger man was transferred to immigration detention while his case is progressed, while the older one was escorted from the premises by immigration officers.

“The business was served a civil penalty referral notice warning that financial penalties of up to £20,000 per illegal worker found will be imposed unless the employer can demonstrate that appropriate right-to-work document checks were carried out, such as seeing a passport or Home Office document confirming permission to work.

“If proof is not provided, this is a potential total of up to £40,000 for Good and Cheap.”

Yesterday, the Post reported that Yan’s Garden on Dumbarton Road, Dalmuir, was also raided on Wednesday.

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At around 6.50pm, officers found two Chinese men working illegally.

One, aged 28, had entered the UK illegally, while the other, aged 30, had no permission to work.