UK police warn WC revellers after disorder

UK police warn WC revellers after disorder

UK police warn WC revellers after disorder

And national superstores have thrown their support behind the England Football Team by pledging to close all of its stores in England early, if the team reach the World Cup finals. It'd be against France this Sunday after they beat Belgium 1-0 last night. In Reading, Blagrave Street will be closed from 5.30pm until 11pm and Friar Street will be closed 10 minutes before the final whistle until 11pm to accommodate the crowds.

In one particularly bad incident, revellers on Borough High Street in London significantly damaged an ambulance, not only costing the tax payer, but also ensuring that the ambulance would be completely out of action in case of an emergency.

"This is a peak period of demand for emergency services". Please do not take critical emergency resources away from those who really need it by behaving recklessly.

"The majority of people do so sportingly, without resorting to anti-social or even criminal behaviour, and it is that which we wish to promote".

She added that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and dispersal notices will be issued against offenders where appropriate, which could result in them missing the game.

Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

West Midlands Ambulance Service said that in the hour following the close of play, it had taken nearly 240 999 calls compared to 120 in the hour preceding.

The Wimbledon men's singles final is scheduled for its usual 2pm start on Sunday afternoon. "So on Monday, we'll be in Red Square celebrating".

He said: "The number of 999 calls was the highest volume we have ever recorded, and it's fair to say it was an incredibly busy day". These incidents have mostly been alcohol-fuelled.

He said: "We have consulted with our colleagues at Cleveland Police, and accept their advice that it would simply not be advisable to screen any further games in this way."I can only apologise to law-abiding fans, and I would urge those involved in Saturday's disorder to think long and hard about their behaviour".

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