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Hundreds of young people attempt to enter Harrods in chaotic scenes while police arrest four people


Hundreds of young people attempt to enter Harrods in chaotic scenes as police make four arrests for Affray and Covid rule violations, while huge crowds gather in Covent Garden

  • A huge crowd of young people gathered outside the Harrods luxury department store in Knightsbridge, London
  • Chaotic scenes ensued as the large group tried to enter Harrods and huddled in the streets
  • Four arrests were made after the local police were called and the crowd has since broken up

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A huge crowd of hundreds of teenagers gathered outside Harrods luxury department store in Knightsbridge, London today.

Chaotic scenes ensued as the large group tried to enter the Harrods store and huddled in the streets outside.

The group consisted of hundreds of young people who did not wear masks and did not observe social distancing.

Police were called to the store shortly after 1 p.m. and four people were arrested for Affray and Covid rule violations. The crowd has now broken up.

It is because Covent Garden was also full of night owls on the first weekend after the second statewide lockdown was lifted on Saturday night.

Hundreds of young people tried to enter the Harrods luxury department store in Knightsbridge, London today and huddled outside in the streets

Pictures taken around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday show chaotic scenes on the streets outside of Harrods and Harvey Nichols when police were called and made four arrests for Affray and Covid rule violations

Pictures taken around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday show chaotic scenes on the streets outside of Harrods and Harvey Nichols when police were called and made four arrests for Affray and Covid rule violations

The group consisted of hundreds of young people who did not wear masks and did not observe social distancing

The group consisted of hundreds of young people who did not wear masks and did not observe social distancing

Hundreds of young people can be seen meeting in the streets around Harrods and Harvey Nichols in pictures taken around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.

City police confirmed that officials had been called to reports from a large group attempting to enter a shop in south west London just after 1 p.m. today and that four people were arrested.

In a statement, the Met Police said, “The police were called around 1:00 pm on Saturday, December 5th, to get reports of a large group of people trying to start a business on Brompton Road, SW1 , to enter.

A total of four men were arrested – two for fraud, one for violating Covid regulations and one for violating public order and violating Covid regulations. The crowd has now dispersed. & # 39;

The Metropolitan Police confirmed that officials were called to reports from a large group attempting to enter a shop in southwest London just after 1 p.m. today and four men were arrested

The Metropolitan Police confirmed that officials were called to reports from a large group attempting to enter a shop in southwest London just after 1 p.m. today and four men were arrested

Chaotic scenes ensued as the large group tried to enter the Harrods store and huddled in the streets around Harrods and Harvey Nichols

Chaotic scenes ensued as the large group tried to enter the Harrods store and huddled in the streets around Harrods and Harvey Nichols

City police were called to the scene and the crowd has dispersed since then. Of the four arrests, two were for fraud, one for violating Covid regulations and one for violating public order and violating Covid regulations

City police were called to the scene and the crowd has dispersed since then. Of the four arrests, two were for fraud, one for violating Covid regulations and one for violating public order and violating Covid regulations

On Saturday, shoppers flocked to the main streets to do Christmas shopping after stores reopened after the nationwide lockdown was lifted.

On the first day off since the lockdown ended on December 2, people had gone into effect in hopes of closing Christmas deals with prices as low as 80 percent.

London's Regent Street was teeming with shoppers today at the start of an expected £ 1.5 billion spending spree.

They were presented with bags of goods and waited in lines outside stores including Primark and the soon-to-be-closed Debenhams.

Night owls gathered in Covent Garden in London's West End on Saturday night when crowds gathered to listen to a street musician, hold drinks and dance.

London remains in Tier 2 of the new tier system during the coronavirus pandemic. Those who live in Tier 2 can interact outdoors with people outside their household as long as they adhere to the rule of six.

The pubs' curfew has been extended to 11:00 pm, but they can only serve alcohol with a "substantial meal". In Tier 3, they are only available to take away.

Covent Garden was also packed with night owls on Saturday night of the first weekend after the second statewide lockdown was lifted

Covent Garden was also packed with night owls on Saturday night of the first weekend after the second statewide lockdown was lifted

Crowds listen to a street musician in Covent Garden, London on Saturday night. People living in Tier 2 can interact outdoors with people outside their household as long as they adhere to the rule of six

Crowds listen to a street musician in Covent Garden, London on Saturday night. People living in Tier 2 can interact outdoors with people outside their household as long as they adhere to the rule of six

A man holding a pint dances in Covent Garden in London's West End on December 5th in front of a man wearing a mask

A man holding a pint dances in Covent Garden in London's West End on December 5th in front of a man wearing a mask

London's Regent Street was teeming with shoppers at the start of an expected £ 1.5 billion spending spree on Saturday

London's Regent Street was teeming with shoppers at the start of an expected £ 1.5 billion spending spree on Saturday

On the first day off since the lockdown ended on December 2, shoppers were pictured carrying bags of goods and waiting in lines outside stores, including Primark and the soon-to-be-closed Debenhams

On the first day off since the lockdown ended on December 2, shoppers were pictured carrying bags of goods and waiting in lines outside stores, including Primark and the soon-to-be-closed Debenhams

London remains in Tier 2, which means that the pub curfew has been extended to 11pm, but alcohol can only be served with a "hearty meal". Pictured: Drinkers and guests gather in Soho

London remains in Tier 2, which means that the pub curfew has been extended to 11pm, but alcohol can only be served with a "hearty meal". Pictured: Drinkers and guests gather in Soho

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