Moment police shut down ‘dangerous’ illegal rave in London

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Moment police shut down ‘dangerous’ illegal rave in London” – below is their description.

    Metropolitan Police have release body-worn footage which shows the moment their officers shut down an illegal rave in London. In a press release, the police said officers could hear loud music blaring from a public house and saw more than 150 people crammed inside a ‘hazardous and unsanitary’ hall within the building. After dispersing the crowd, they handed the event organiser a £10,000 fine. Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ►

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