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My neighbours are having a birthday party

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shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 21:56:04

It's been going on for hours with loud music in the garden and they've just had a jolly singing session of happy birthday and they are starting to spill out onto the street. My other neighbours next door but one
the other side appear to be having a hot tub party. Report or mind my own business apart from the fact that I feel like I'm actually at the party with my windows open hmm

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homemadecommunistrussia Fri 10-Apr-20 21:57:09

I would totally report themshock

TemoraryUsername Fri 10-Apr-20 21:57:57

With guests from other households or not?

shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 22:00:19

It certainly sounds like they have guests.

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TeensArghhhh Fri 10-Apr-20 22:01:00

I hear noise from my neighbours garden too. I've just had a peek through the window and next doors teenager has friends over. He also has his fire pit smouldering. Now they are slamming a football against my fence!

Bunnyflop Fri 10-Apr-20 22:01:12

Report!!!

SauvignonBlanche Fri 10-Apr-20 22:02:39

I’m going to have a birthday party - on Zoom

netstaller Fri 10-Apr-20 22:03:31

Report 100%, they could pass the virus amongst themselves and it spread tenfold. People are dying, please report!

MoltonSilver Fri 10-Apr-20 22:05:36

Fss. Report.

shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 22:11:30

Who would I report to? Would I just ring 999? I live on a council estate so I suspect that it is probably a group of neighbours tbh .

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FairlowWonder Fri 10-Apr-20 22:14:32

No you don’t ring 999! Find your local police website and report on there.

HuntIdeas Fri 10-Apr-20 22:14:59

Not 999 - it isn’t a life or death emergency! It’s 101 you want (I’m sure you can do it online)

shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 22:16:36

I just assumed that I would need to contact someone so they would come now and shut it down. There's no point logging it with 101 really is there when it won't be picked up unt tomorrow and there's no evidence they ever had a party?

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OnlyFoolsnMothers Fri 10-Apr-20 22:17:59

You can report them online with the location etc. They should send someone out straight away

Smarshian Fri 10-Apr-20 22:18:30

People answer the phone when you call 101. They will decide on the severity. Do not call 999

ShakespearesSisters Fri 10-Apr-20 22:20:08

There is a section on our local police force website to report social distancing breaches, same area as 101 on line reports

3rdNamechange Fri 10-Apr-20 22:20:30

Report 101

nettytree Fri 10-Apr-20 22:22:03

Gwent police have had people ringing 999. Don't. They kindly ask that you contact them by twitter or Facebook. Maybe it's the same in your area.

shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 22:25:58

I've just had a look out and they are all standing on the front garden. There's kids out as well, bloody hell.

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shilohbear Fri 10-Apr-20 22:30:11

And all singing YMCA at the tops of their voices. People have got kids in bed round here as well, they are taking the piss.

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TeensArghhhh Fri 10-Apr-20 22:32:12

I’ve called 101. The noise and smoke is ridiculous. So is the amount of people in the garden, all sitting right next to each other. The Police will send someone out “shortly”.

RogueV Fri 10-Apr-20 22:33:35

Instead of updating us why don’t you report them as other posters have suggested

HeIenaDove Fri 10-Apr-20 22:34:15

A hot tub party? On a council estate? Those things are expensive

zippyswife Fri 10-Apr-20 22:35:27

Where in the country are you? I guess it will just depend on how busy they are tonight and whether there are many crime scenes etc taking officers away from calls.

Bunnyfuller Fri 10-Apr-20 22:36:10

Seriously?! This is getting old now.

We know the rules. If you see them being broken report via 101 or online police site. You have surely read the other 47,000 posts in the last few days?

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