World News – UK – Police tossed bottles as they broke up the 150-strong rave

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Around 150 people were found to be breaking the lockdown rules by holding the massive music event in Digbeth.

Officers were called into a disused warehouse on Saturday night and attacked, with some night owls throwing bottles at them.

The details of every single person at the rave have been recorded and everyone has been given a solid penalty for violating lockdown restrictions. This is a £ 200 fine payable within 28 days.

Due to social distancing, the 150 night owls were divided up and taken out in small groups and treated.

Under coronavirus restrictions, indoor social gatherings between different households are prohibited. This also applies if the ban on. December is repealed and Birmingham enters Tier 3.

The West Midlands Police set up Operation Reliant to track down and punish all breaches of Covid restrictions.

They posted, « Op Reliant – An illegal rave in a disused warehouse in Digbeth was discovered tonight.

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« About 150 people were inside, some started throwing bottles at officers. The building was included by Response WMP, Operational Support Unit, FSU_WMP and many others.

« All people were brought out in small numbers. Your information was provided and firm charges were issued for violating the blocking restrictions. The fine is £ 200 and must be paid within 28 days. « 

Chief Insp Stuart Bill, Head of the Operational Support Unit, praised the officers’ work on Twitter.

He said: « Really challenging police COVID rules and balancing the individual freedoms of the European ECHR with public health.

« We all have a role to play in helping us recover faster. Well done to all of the officers involved. « 

Last night’s incident was one of several mass gatherings that West Midlands Police had to deal with during the pandemic.

Rave Police, Digbeth, Birmingham, West Midlands

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