Seattle, Washington – SEATTLE – Pioneer Square business owner Hamza Albadan is at his breaking point and isn’t mince words.
“There are a bunch of idiots running this city,” Hamza Albadan said.
He immigrated to Seattle to live out his American dream which now sits near South Main and 2nd Ave Ext.
“I think we are going to be bankrupt soon,” said Albadan.
It is set to eventually close Main Street Gyros after 17 years. Albadan says it is not about the pandemic, but about the politics of the city of Seattle and its handling of crime and homelessness.
“They prostitute themselves in front of everyone, there are people queuing up, waiting in line,” said Albadan.
The owner of the restaurant says that for many months he witnessed not only prostitution but also drug sales taking place in some tents just…
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