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Rome: No ice cream after 1 a.m.

ROME, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Authorities in Rome said a law to take effect in March bans ice cream, pizza and sandwich vendors from operating after 1 a.m.

Officials said the city council measure was designed to bring the city's nightlife to a close at an earlier hour, ANSA reported Thursday.

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"This applies to croissant makers, ice cream makers, cake shops, yogurt shops, sandwich shops, take-aways and rotisseries," city councilor Davide Bordoni said.

"One in the morning seems to us a reasonable hour that is satisfactory for both the shop owners and residents," he said.

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