It seems that police have taken matters into their own hands to prevent Adamson Barbecue from hosting indoor dining again.\nOfficers arrived at the Etobicoke restaurant, accompanied by locksmiths at around 6 a.m., reports 680 News.\nMayor John Tory confirmed Thursday morning that the locks have been changed.\nEditor's Choice: This Rare Canadian Banknote Is Apparently Worth Up To $250K\nToronto Police/city staff with locksmiths in tow move in on Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke to prevent it from opening indoor dining room for third straight day. Locks changed. The owner had been defying lockdown rules. This “raid” happened just before 6am. pic.twitter.com/ipPNCaAbAd— carl hanstke (@carl680) November 26, 2020\n\n\nAdamson Barbecue also posted, "Need a locksmith & other hands in Etobicoke asap" on its Instagram story.\nThis comes after the City of Toronto published a statement about the situation at Adamson Barbecue.\nPolice issued a summons to the restaurant corporation "to appear in court on two charges of Fail to Comply with an order under the Reopening Ontario Act in relation to a gathering of more than 10 people, which requires a court appearance."\nFollowing a conviction, an officer or a director of a corporation can face a $500,000 penalty and one year in prison under the Act.\nThe restaurant's owner, Adam Skelly, confirmed yesterday that his corporation "was finally charged under the provincial act."\nSkelly could reportedly be facing a fine of $100,000 per day, which is the maximum daily fine for violating gathering rules in Ontario.