A teenager has been arrested in Birmingham for allegedly assaulting a police officer at an illegal party.
West Midlands Police said they were called to a house party in Oscot, where 20 to 30 people were present, but gave no further details about the alleged torture.
It was one of 18 that the force received about the violation Coronavirus Epidemic law – mainly house parties – between 10pm and midnight on Saturday.
One of them was a pub Birmingham Hosting a wedding party with a DJ and 60 guests.
Officials said drinks were still being consumed at midnight two hours after the curfew. The guests left without any problems and the licensing authorities “will decide on the next step”, police tweeted.
At 2 a.m., the force said it had instructed about 550 people to leave the compound in more than 20 locations because of coronavirus violations.
“Eight premises will receive a visit from licensed officials for license review,” they tweeted. “No fines have been imposed, but if we have to, we will.”
On Friday evening, police said they brought in about 450 people who had attended the large rally, and another 250 were forced to leave a ceremony at a hotel in the city.
Official figures show another one on Saturday afternoon Coronavirus 6,042 lab-confirmed cases UK during the previous 24 hour period.
On Friday, there were 7,744 cases, the highest single-day epidemic ever.
As of Saturday, the number of cases had risen for five days in a row – but the number of new infections and deaths recorded on the weekends has dropped.