In spite of recordings of maskless adolescents celebrating up a tempest at the Skhothane Show at the Summerstrand beachfront circulating around the web over the course of the end of the week, police have said nobody was captured and no cases have been opened.
On Saturday night, at any rate 1 000 youngsters went to the yearly show.
Video film shows the young people drinking and moving in the road.
As indicated by police, officials took care of the scene and had the option to scatter the group.
She said adolescents showed up in taxis and once police tended to them and cautioned them, the gathering scattered.
She added that no captures were made and no cases were opened.
Janse van Rensburg said a 16-year-old was ransacked of her cellphone while sitting tight for a taxi.
"They requested her cellphone and took steps to cut her. The one speculate snatched the telephone and fled. The other two suspects, matured 32 and 35, were fighting with the complainant when a Metro Police vehicle mediated and two suspects captured.
''At this stage it is muddled whether the 16-year-old complainant was essential for the gathering that went to the Skhothane show," she said.
"This is extremely sad that the guardians of the youngsters permitted them to turn out in such numbers seeing that we are as yet in a lockdown and that enormous social affairs are as yet not permitted. Wearing of veils is as yet obligatory when openly," she said.
She said guardians and watchmen should be more careful and guarantee that their youngsters don't violate lockdown laws and hazard getting contaminated with Covid-19.
In the interim, reports of a demise in the zone are not identified with the social event.
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