The owner of a Hounslow off-licence where a child was sold booze and cigarettes has been stripped of his licence.
Euro Food and Wine, in Bath Road, was also caught selling a huge quantity of beer on which duty had not been paid, among other offences.
The proprietor, Manmeet Singh, had his alcohol licence revoked on Tuesday (February 3) following a review by Hounslow Council's licensing panel.
The panel heard how a member of staff at the store had sold alcohol and cigarettes to a 15-year-old on May 24 last year, during a test purchase operation.
On the same day, 13 other breaches of the store's licence were witnessed, including failure to train staff in the Challenge 25 policy, which requires them to request ID from anyone buying alcohol who appears to be aged under 25.
Follow-up visits revealed another 12 breaches, including a lack of Challenge 25 training for staff and no security guard being employed after 11pm.
The last of those visits came on November 25, when the council's licensing enforcement team and customs officials seized more than 1,600 cans of beer on which duty had not been paid.
It emerged the alcohol had been bought off the back of a van, rather than from an authorised wholesaler as required.
Councillor Shantanu Rajawat, chairman of the licensing panel, said: "Breaches like this will not be tolerated by the council. This revocation will hopefully send out a clear message to anyone doing or thinking about doing the same.
"The terms and conditions of a licence, and the law, are there for a reason. They are to protect people, and in particular young people by combating underage sales.
"Also, the sale of illicit goods, which Mr Singh admitted had been bought from the back of a van, puts public safety at risk because the licence holder can never be sure what is actually in the cans."
Mr Singh has 21 days in which to appeal against the panel's decision.