Birmingham resident asks if Covid-19 'is real' during street party

Published on May 22, 2020 - Duration: 01:05s

Birmingham resident asks if Covid-19 'is real' during street party

A chief constable has issued a “don’t be an idiot” warning ahead of the bank holiday weekend after his officers were forced to break up a 100-strong street party.

Footage of people gathering in Handsworth, Birmingham, on Wednesday night, with one reveller asking officers if Covid-19 was real, has been released by West Midlands Police.


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