Man denies breaching Covid-19 rules after police broke up 30-person drum and bass party on Hackney houseboat

A person has denied breaching Covid-19 rules after police broke up a 30 individual unlawful drum and bass party on a houseboat in Hackney.

Jordy Nicholas Van Duijvenbode, 31, of no mounted tackle, was arrested after he was discovered driving a ship with over 30 individuals from Tottenham lock on the river Lea within the early hours of February 13.

At Thames Magistrates Court on Tuesday (March 3), Van Duijvenbode pleaded not responsible to prices of holding a gathering of greater than 30 individuals in a tier 4 space and collaborating in a gathering of two or extra individuals

Metropolitan Police had been known as to 13 stories of numerous individuals taking part in loud music on a ship on the River Lea between Tottenham Lock and Hackney.

Around 30 individuals had been discovered on the boat in Hackney

Officers discovered the vessel off Hackney Marshes at 4.20am with round 30 individuals on board.

The selfmade boat had begun to lean to 1 aspect as a result of it had a lot weight on board and its home windows had been boarded up.

When the police arrived on the boat round 30 individuals exited with many leaping a close-by fence.

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Police stated 26 individuals had been reported for the consideration of mounted penalty notices of £800 for breaking lockdown rules.

A considerable amount of music gear was additionally discovered on the boat. The police seized a sound system, three audio system and lights from the boat.

Van Duijvenbode will subsequent seem for trial at Stratford Magistrates’ Court on April 30.

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