Police in Hull have broken up a “Come Dine with Me” style party of 6 women. After they were in breach of current lockdown restrictions.
“Come Dine with Me” lockdown party busted by police in Hull: Officers from Humberside Police were called out to the house in York Road, Hull on Saturday evening. After the party host uploaded a selfie of the 6 women to Facebook. And tagged the party guests just as the event got underway. Separate households are currently banned from meeting up indoors until the 2nd December.
With critics slamming the party as an “utter disgrace”. Before the alleged dinner party started one of the women in attendance, Brooke Fairburn, shared the invitation on Facebook. Detailing guest names along with the time and location. The invitation indicated that “Abi Bradford, Jodelle Demoulpied, Delee Tuttle and your host Brooke Fairburn” would meet up at the home. In north Hull from 6pm on November 21.
One person, who did not want to be named, told Hull Live that it was an “utter disgrace”. While another said. “This hits a nerve on a whole different level. Pure and utter selfishness!” Paige Dyson, who was tagged in the photo but not listed on the invite, said initially that the photo was from last year. Before confirming that it was her name tagged in the photo.
She went on to say “I’d love to be spending my Sunday mornings trying to work… But I’m waiting on my big fat breakfast because I am rough.” Brooke said the allegations were a “load of s***” and “it was before lockdown”. While Demoulpied said “You worry about yourself and I’ll worry about myself.”
Earlier, Officers who were called to the party at 9.30pm said the women were co-operative and left without making a fuss. A spokeswoman for the force said “Officers attended a property on York Road, Hull just before 9.30pm on Saturday 21 November, following a report of a group breaching the Covid-19 regulations surrounding gatherings and people mixing.
Later, Upon attendance, our officers followed the approach of engaging with the group. Explaining the regulations and encouraging them to follow them. The women at the property were very cooperative. And left the property without the need for enforcement. It is absolutely critical that everyone continues to follow the regulations set out to keep people safe. And stop the spread of the virus.
Also, If you do witness any clear breaches of the Covid regulations, these can be reported. By calling our non-emergency number 101.”
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