Police ALLOW mental street party because revellers were social distancing within their homes and front gar – The Sun

Posted: April 15, 2020 at 11:44 am


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POLICE allowed a mental street party to continue on Good Friday because everyone was obeying social distancing guidelines.

DJ Chris Marshall organised the bash in Hull, East Yorkshire, after being inspired by the weekly clapping for NHS workers around the country.

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The party - which took place between 6.30pm till 9pm - had been raging for over two hours when cops turned up after complaints of people congregating.

Pictures from the scene show locals enjoying a drink in their front gardens while Chris blared out dance music from his turntables set up outside his home.

However, the officers allowed the festivities to continue after they found that all the locals were staying within the boundaries of their homes while enjoying the tunes.

The DJ, who has lived on the street for 30 years, told Hull Live: People were bringing patio sets round to their front lawns, some people opened up windows and were sat inside watching.

It just went absolutely mental. Everyone stuck to the social distancing and there was no partying in the street but the atmosphere was something I've never seen before.

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Teacher Chris said the cops' attitude was fantastic after they asked how everyone was and enquired about how long the party was going to last.

He organised the event to give residents including families something to enjoy during the coronavirus lockdown.

Chris said he was inspired by the Clap For The Carers which takes place every Thursday at 8pm where people up and down Britain come out of their homes and show their appreciation for frontline NHS workers.

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