Six women have been caught having a ‘Come Dine With Me’ dinner in a coronavirus hotspot town in England.
A group of women were found by police in Hull, a Covid-19 hotspot, after sharing details of their dinner on social media.
Brooke Fairburn invited friends to create beautiful invitations with all the information – including time and place.
Invitees were named as Abi Bradford, Jodelle Demoulpied, Delee Tuttle, with social media selfies shared by the group.
A photo was captioned: “Come and dine with my crew coming for you .. 2 new members 2 days benders!”
Humberside police were called three and a half hours after it started to break the party. Hull Live has reported.
They were “cooperative” with officers, the force said.
When Ms. Brooke was approached about the party, she initially called the allegations “a lot of s ***” and said “it was before the lockdown”.
Humberside police have confirmed they attended the party on Saturday.
In a statement, a Corps spokeswoman said: “Agents attended a property on York Road, Hull just before 9:30 pm on Saturday, November 21, following a report from a group that passed the Covid-19 regulations on meetings and mixing. of people.
“When attending, our agents took the approach of talking to the group, explaining the rules and encouraging them to follow them. The women in the property were very cooperative and left the property without the need for enforcement .
“It is absolutely critical that everyone continues to follow regulations designed to protect people and stop the spread of the virus.
“If you witness obvious violations of the Covid regulations, they can be reported by calling our non-emergency number 101.”