Hundreds of revellers have been captured flouting Covid-19 laws by partying through the night at a London warehouse.
Mobile phone video footage, uploaded to social media, shows a huge crowd of maskless party-goers ignoring social distancing and dancing to loud music.
Revellers are seen dancing shoulder-to-shoulder under strobe lights and waving their arms in the air in front of a live DJ, at the event which is said to have taken place in Barking.
The Rave Vault shared the video on Instagram and Twitter writing: ‘London at it again last night. Beats provided by some big hitters.’
A Twitter user claimed the ‘revolution is here’, while another wrote: ‘Dope guys keep it going.’
Another commented calling them an ‘irresponsible bunch of c***s’, amid fears such a party could cause a Covid-19 outbreak, while the country is grappling with a second wave of the virus.
The Rave Vault has since made its Twitter page private, after Met Police was tagged in the comments. Metro.co.uk has contacted the force for comment.
London is currently under tier two restrictions, meaning households are banned from mixing in any indoor setting.
Under the rules, fines of £10,000 can be issued for party organisers of more than 30 people.
Smaller gatherings which break the rule of six are subject to fixed penalty notices of £200.
It comes after police were forced to shut down a rave of more than 200 in Stanmer Park, Brighton, in the early hours of Sunday.
Earlier in the week, four Nottingham Trent University students were fined a total of £40,000 after hosting a house party with dozens of guests.
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