A five-year-old in London was fined £150 ($194) by a local in London for selling 50p (65 cents) cups of lemonade. The fine upset the girl because she thought she had done something . The girl's father, Andre Spicer, is a university . He said his daughter set up the on a street in London. She wanted to sell her lemonade to people who were on their to a music festival. Mr Spicer said his daughter burst into . He said she told him: "I've done a bad thing". Mr Spicer said his daughter was very excited by the of setting up a lemonade stall near her house. He said: "She just wanted to put a smile on people's faces. She was really of herself."
Mr Spicer explained what happened to make his daughter cry. He said: "After a time trading, four enforcement walked over from the other of the road. I was quite shocked. I thought that they would just tell us to pack up and go , but they turned on their mobile camera and began reading from a big explaining that she did not have a licence. My daughter clung to me screaming 'Daddy, Daddy, I've done a bad .' She's five. We were then issued a of £150. We packed up and walked home." A local government spokesman said: "We are very that this has happened….The fine will be cancelled and we have contacted Mr Spicer and his daughter to apologise."