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The police have issued a dissemination order for a "mini-festival" in south-east London


Police issued a proliferation warrant as hundreds of people gather for a "mini-festival" in south-east London

  • The dissemination order gives the police the power to ask people to leave a certain area
  • Hundreds of people were filmed as they gathered at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich
  • Social media users went to Twitter to share pictures and footage of teenagers
  • Glass bottles clinked as they were on the floor in a clip

Police issued a proliferation warrant when hundreds of teenagers gathered for a "mini-festival" in south east London.

The order gives authority to metropolitan police officers to ask people to release or confiscate weapons from people gathered at Cutty Sark in Greenwich.

Social media users went to Twitter to share pictures and footage of hundreds of teenagers defying lockdown restrictions on Saturday night.

The ground was so littered with empty bottles that glass could be heard clinking as it was kicked across the asphalt in a short clip of the event.

The order gives authority to metropolitan police officers to ask people to release or confiscate weapons from people gathered at Cutty Sark in Greenwich

One clip showed groups of teenagers resisting social distancing and blocking measures in order to socialize in an open space

A "mini-festival" was held in south east London

One clip showed groups of teenagers resisting social distancing and blocking measures in order to socialize in an open space

A large area in south east London (pictured) has been dismantled by the police

A large area in south east London (pictured) has been dismantled by the police

The dissemination order allows police to order people to leave the area by 6 a.m. tomorrow morning

The dissemination order allows police to order people to leave the area by 6 a.m. tomorrow morning

A passerby gave his video a title: “I'm just trying to get home. London, we're supposed to be locked. & # 39;

The clip showed groups of teenagers resisting social distancing and blocking measures to socialize in an open space.

The police dissemination order applies until 6 a.m.

Social media users went to Twitter to share pictures and footage of hundreds of teenagers defying lockdown restrictions on Saturday night

Social media users went to Twitter to share pictures and footage of hundreds of teenagers defying lockdown restrictions on Saturday night

Social media users went to Twitter to warn others that a large group of teenagers were breaking the ban rules to hang out with a DJ on Saturday night

Social media users went to Twitter to warn others that a large group of teenagers were breaking the ban rules to hang out with a DJ on Saturday night

Another social media user, Dan Carroll, tweeted photos of the impromptu festival playing loud music. He wrote, “The Greenwich lockdown is over tonight. A few hundred 16-17-18 year olds showed up for a party with a DJ. & # 39;

Josh Baker tweeted, "Down at Cutty Sark is like a mini-festival."

One mother said, “I tried to get the daughter to skate in Sark Gardens at 6:30 pm – broken glass everywhere, large groups gathering and people using the gardens as toilets.

"Absolutely mean, I feel sorry for the poor fellows who are collecting the trash tomorrow."

Eden Dejo said, "I'm so confused Greenwich isn't locked."

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