Coronavirus UK: Police search for hundreds of guests The wedding has been disrupted

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There is a 10,000 10,000 fine at a wedding and event venue for hosting what has been described as a ‘dangerous and stupid’ wedding.

More than 100 people packaged on Tudor Rose in Southhall, London on Tuesday, just days before the city prepares to go on a two-dimensional lockdown.

Marriages are allowed but under current regulations they are limited to only 15 people, including staff.

Police said there was no ‘clear evidence’ of people complying with social distance at the event so they asked dozens of guests to leave to ensure compliance with the marriage law.

Body cam footage shows police closing the event (Photo: PA)

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Screen grabs from body cam footage released by the Metropolitan Police show people were evicted during a wedding at Tudor Rose in Southhall, West London, where the owner could now face a 10,000 fine after allowing the reception to be more than 100 attractive?  PA pictures present.  Issue Date: Thursday 1520, 2020. Body footage of Met shows a crowd of guests who did not take social measures or take other steps to prevent the spread of the virus.  Watch the PA story Police Wedding.  Image Credit: Note to Metropolitan Police / PA Wire Editors: This handout photo can only be used for editorial reporting purposes, for information on events, objects or people in the image, or for the information described in the caption.  Further permission from the copyright holder is required to reuse the image

The wedding took place just days before the two London-level lockdowns (Photo: PA)

Londoners have been banned from mixing indoors since Saturday but can still meet in groups of six.

BCU Commander, Chief Superintendent Peter Gardner said: ‘This was a dangerous and foolish violation of the regulations, which were specifically designed to protect people from a deadly virus infection. Prohibitions on large gatherings such as weddings have been in place for months and very clearly there can be no excuse for this violation of the law.

‘There has clearly been no attempt by the venue owner to enforce the regulations or protect their sponsors – which is why we reported them for a 10,000 fine.

Everyone has a responsibility to protect themselves and their families from the coronavirus.

‘As the incidence of coronavirus increases across London, full Met officials will redouble their efforts to crack down on individuals and businesses that break the rules and put themselves and others at risk.’

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