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My neighbours are having a party!!

(28 Posts)
VirtualHugsAllRound Thu 26-Mar-20 22:42:46

shock shock shock

They're not even trying to hide it!

Frigginella Thu 26-Mar-20 22:43:23

Did they clap at 8?

livefornaps Thu 26-Mar-20 22:44:08

Throw a bleach bomb over the fence

SallyLovesCheese Thu 26-Mar-20 22:45:01

The police can deal with these things now. They're able to tell people to go home and issue fines.

ThatsWotSheSaid Thu 26-Mar-20 22:45:12

Phone the police

Wineloffa Thu 26-Mar-20 22:45:42

Phone the police.

Gammeldragz Thu 26-Mar-20 22:46:13

Oh dear... I really want to say 'call the police'.

FlamingoAndJohn Thu 26-Mar-20 22:46:39

Police non emergency number.

Inforthelonghaul Thu 26-Mar-20 22:46:59

No really - phone the police.

Deelish75 Thu 26-Mar-20 22:51:26

Police. People have been given plenty of warning not to have gatherings. It's been explained why they can't have gatherings, they are choosing to ignore. They deserve to be prosecuted - it's a breach of public health.

RhubarbTea Thu 26-Mar-20 22:54:39

Another vote for the police. Non emergency number, obviously. But yeah, this is the kind of shit they need to crack down on.

Voice0fReason Thu 26-Mar-20 22:56:06

You might be able to report it online - check your police force website

Jollitwiglet Thu 26-Mar-20 22:59:41

You can message some police forces through Facebook messenger. Not recommended for emergency situations though of course

divinemrsc Thu 26-Mar-20 23:00:09

Call 101

rainbowstardrops Thu 26-Mar-20 23:02:32

I'd honestly call the police. What's the point in thousands of us self isolating and socially distancing ourselves if utter twats think they can flout it?

Strawberrypancakes Thu 26-Mar-20 23:04:40

A friend of mine had a ‘corona’ party on Saturday.

Some people just aren’t worth saving 🤭

IronNeonClasp Thu 26-Mar-20 23:06:55

CALL THE COPS !!!!

LesLavandes Thu 26-Mar-20 23:09:22

Yep. Police

Nancydrawn Thu 26-Mar-20 23:10:54

A group of people in their 20s in Kentucky had a coronavirus party last week.

Now at least one is in the hospital with covid and the rest are panicking.

littlebitwooway Thu 26-Mar-20 23:14:06

I expect if you do not call the police soon someone else will.

SoloSolow Thu 26-Mar-20 23:19:24

Why are you telling us? You should be ringing the police on 101.

Be the responsible one and do your bit to ensure social distancing rules are maintained.

LEELULUMPKIN Thu 26-Mar-20 23:22:16

How many are there OP? Do you actually know?

Are they all from different households?

I am having a 50th birthday party on Saturday night.

Just the people I am self isolating with and the rest online. We may make a bit of noise.

Would hate for the police to waste their time when what we are doing is perfectly OK.

VirtualHugsAllRound Thu 26-Mar-20 23:28:40

LEELULUMPKIN
This is what's worrying me now. I think some of them must have left - I can't tell if it's just the household members left now. I'm not totally sure how many people live there, but they definitely like their raucous parties with lots of people over - last one was within the last week. Myself and another neighbour knocked to ask them to turn it down a bit and there was almost a physical fight.
I'm a bit scared of them, I live alone, and worried about provoking something and being stuck in lockdown so close to them, when presumably the police will be really busy and not attend if they harass me.
Going to see if there's a way to report online.

Angelw Thu 26-Mar-20 23:29:37

Hope non of them ever end up in ITU, would be a good life lesson.

VirtualHugsAllRound Thu 26-Mar-20 23:36:00

Ok I've called 101. Eek. Feel really underhand for some reason.

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