Tiny Tadani arrested for breaking Hawaii COVID-19 quarantine

Tiny Tadani arrested for breaking Hawaii COVID-19 quarantine

The Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General reports today that special agents from its Investigations Division arrested 57-year-old Tiny Nitro Tadani at a vendor booth on Ward Avenue this morning. He was booked and charged with violating the State’s mandatory 14-day quarantine.  

A concerned citizen reported the case after viewing Tadani’s social media showing him in Las Vegas, arriving back in Honolulu on July 25.  

Two days later, investigators say, he videotaped himself dining at a Honolulu restaurant with his family.

The citizen was upset due to Tadani’s status as a local celebrity and reported it to a group tracking quarantine violators, which in turn reported it to the AG’s office.

Tadani was observed this morning working at his vendor booth and was arrested. He posted bail of $2,000. 

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