Illustration of a police car at night, here in Rennes.
C. Allain / 20 Minutes
Eighteen people were fined during a clandestine party organized in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, learns
from a police source.
The police, who arrived on site for the first time around 10 p.m., first fined a person for nighttime commotion.
But the evening did not end there.
The police were called back around 2 a.m. as the festivities continued.
They invited the participants to leave the premises, but they remained between the front door of the building and the street.
An official then slipped behind them to prevent them from returning to the accommodation, and a party animal, while trying to close a carriage door, injured this agent.
The individual was arrested, indicates this same police source, while the 17 other people were fined up to 135 euros for "non-compliance with health measures".
, the man who would have called the police to put an end to noise pollution would be none other than the former President Nicolas Sarkozy.
What formally denies the press attaché of the former head of state to
Rennes: A man arrested for having organized a party with 25 people in his T2
Finistère: A young man falls from a cliff on the sidelines of a clandestine party