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Two Arrested At Illegal Rave In East Croydon



If you’re gonna have an ‘illegal’ rave, it would probably be smart to not tweet about it, especially if you are a verified music artist.  You didn’t think anyone was gonna catch on?

On the 14th, there was a party in what once was a Royal Mail delivery office, and there was damage done to the building.  Reportedly, the officers who tried to shut the rave down had everything from fire extinguishers to furniture thrown at them in an attempt to get them away.
There were two arrests made, for ‘disorder offences’.  After this snafu, the police simply decided to let the rave just keep going on, because they didn’t want to cause any more trouble. Uh, what?  Haven’t you just caused an extreme amount of trouble and then furthered breaking of the law by condoning the party?
A dubstep artist from Croydon, “Skream”, tweeted, “Apparently there’s a squat rave taking place at The Post office at east Croydon station! 20,000 people apparently!!! SICK!”  Now, there weren’t really 20 thousand people there, and it was quite an overestimation, but tweeting anything like that could get those squatters in trouble, which is exactly what happened.  I understand being proud and wanting to discuss the impressive feat of throwing an illegal rave, but have some common sense.  At least be smart enough to not tweet about it if you are a well known twitter user and even if you do, don’t use detail as to not give away the location of the event! Geeeeez.

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