Wollongong tobacconist busted selling strawberry vapes to undercover teens

Grace Crivellaro
Updated October 20 2023 - 1:30pm, first published October 19 2023 - 3:49pm
Owner of Tobacco Land, Takia Tabet, leaving Wollongong courthouse after pleading guilty to selling e-cigarettes to teens. Picture by ACM
Owner of Tobacco Land, Takia Tabet, leaving Wollongong courthouse after pleading guilty to selling e-cigarettes to teens. Picture by ACM

A Shell Cove woman who has worked at a tobacconist for three decades has been busted selling sweet flavoured vapes to teen girls after NSW Health went on an e-cigarette compliance blitz.

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Grace Crivellaro

Court reporter for the Illawarra Mercury.

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