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The 19 year old 'reckless' teenager is fined £ 10,000 for throwing a house party for 50+ guests


The 19 year old 'reckless' teenager is fined £ 10,000 for throwing a house party for 50+ guests

  • Police were called to the house in Lenton, Nottingham at 10:20 p.m. on Friday
  • The teenager was labeled "hostile" when council officials showed up at the event
  • He was given the opportunity to shut down the party before he was fined
  • Do you know the host or do you see the party? Email: raven.saunt@mailonline.co.uk

A "reckless" teenager was fined £ 10,000 for throwing a house party for more than 50 guests.

The 19-year-old was "hostile" when local council officials showed up at the event in Lenton, Nottingham, near the university.

A short time later, the police were called and found around 50 people at the address, all of whom were asked to leave.

A & # 39; reckless & # 39; Teenager, 19, fined £ 10,000 for throwing house party for 50+ guests (archive image)

Officers claim the teen was given the opportunity to end the party on Friday before he was fined.

Nottinghamshire Police Department Deputy Chief Steve Cooper said: “We all need to remember that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic and that we must all take responsibility for our actions.

“This party was a clear example of a householder who has deliberately broken the rules without caring about others, and as a result we have used full powers to deal with it.

& # 39; Under the current rules, we can impose fines on anyone holding gatherings of more than 30 people, which can result in fines of up to £ 10,000.

Officers claim the teen was given the opportunity to end the party on Friday before the fine was issued (archive image)

Officers claim the teen was given the opportunity to end the party on Friday before the fine was issued (archive image)

"And now we are about to tighten the rules so that there can be no more than six meetings."

The neighbors reported the house party to the police in Nottinghamshire at around 10:20 p.m. on Friday.

Amy English, City Central Municipal Police Inspector, added, “Residents have been fairly warned that we will not tolerate anyone breaking the laws and regulations related to coronavirus restrictions.

"In this case, the resident also had the option to close the party when they were first visited by our councilors."

Do you know the host or do you see the party? Email: raven.saunt@mailonline.co.uk

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