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New UK Hooters sparks noise row with family business who say it's 'affecting trade'

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A Hooters arrival has sparked a noise row with a family business owner who claims the new restaurant is 'affecting trade'. Paola Paulucci says she may be left with no choice but to move her cooking school if the restaurant does not take 'accountability' for its noise pollution.

The controversial US chain, best known for it's servers in low cut tops, has recently finished developing it's second UK site in Liverpool.

The restaurant is due to open later this month and despite not even serving a single customer it is already causing major controversy, reports the Liverpool Echo.Paola owns Flour Will Fly, and complains that the noise coming from an extractor at the back of New Zealand House, where Hooters is 'interfering with business." In a social media post, the business slammed their new neighbours for disrupting the area.They wrote: “Hooters switched on a piece of equipment (which we believe is an air extractor) and the noise from this is substantially interfering with the surrounding businesses and residential blocks in the area.“We have been informed by the manager on site that the equipment is permanent and they will not take any action to reduce the noise it produces.

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