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A reckless teenager who was fined £10,000 under Covid rules after police broke up a party of 50 people at his student home has slammed the fee as ‘ridiculous’.

Stuart Hawk, 19, claimed he had only invited around 25 people to the party on Friday – just days before the new government rules limiting gatherings to six people were introduced.

But the Nottingham University politics student, who according to his social media is from South Africa and attended £10,000-a-term independent boarding school Bromsgrove School in Worcestershire, said things quickly ‘got out of hand’ when uninvited guests started turning up at his shared student house.

He told SunOnline: ‘This fine is a ridiculous amount. The party got out of hand, for that I am very sorry but it was not meant to offend.’

Council officers were called and are said to have given Hawk the chance to end the party, at the address, in Harlaxton Drive, Lenton – close to the university campus.

Police later attended and broke up the gathering.

Hawk, who has recently campaigned for male mental health awareness on his social media profile and completed a Brave the Shave for McMillan Cancer Trust last year, was slapped with a £10,000 fine.

Stuart Hawk, 19, claimed he had only invited around 25 people to the party on Friday – just days before new government rules limiting gatherings to six people are introduced +8
According to his social media, Hawk (pictured here with a novelty toy gun) once attended £10,000-a-term independent boarding school Bromsgrove School in Worcestershire +8
Stuart Hawk (left), 19, claimed he had only invited around 25 people to the party on Friday – just days before new government rules limiting gatherings to six people are introduced. According to his social media, Hawk (pictured right with a novelty toy gun and wearing a MAGA hat) once attended £10,000-a-term independent boarding school Bromsgrove School in Worcestershire

Council officers were called and are said to have given Hawk the chance to end the party, at the address (pictured), in Harlaxton Drive, Lenton – close to the university campus +8
Council officers were called and are said to have given Hawk the chance to end the party, at the address (pictured), in Harlaxton Drive, Lenton – close to the university campus

The fine is the maximum financial penalty under new powers introduced last month to crackdown on illegal raves during lockdown.

Hawk has since apologised for the incident, which took place at the student home he shares with five others. The students have also written a letter of apology to neighbours, which has been seen by MailOnline.

He said: ‘We don’t want to talk about what happened. It has all been a big shock. Of course we would all like to apologise to any neighbour who might have been offended.’

He refused to say whether he will pay or appeal the fine, or who will end up picking up the tab, if the appeal is unsuccessful.

None of the other students wished to talk about the fine, though, speaking to MailOnline yesterday, a source suggested it will be split between the six members of the student house Hawk is living in.

Speaking after the incident, one of the students said: ‘It was meant to be a small gathering with mates and it got out of hand.

‘We had invited 25 people and it was out in the garden and aimed to end at 11pm and we were trying to social distance but then people invited their mates and so on. It got out of hand and we are really sorry.’

Police said if Hawk fails to pay or contests the fine he will appear before a court.

Stuart Hawk, who recently campaigned to raise awareness about men’s mental health on his social media profile and completed Brave the Shave for McMillan Cancer Trust last year, was fined £ 10,000

 

Hawk, who recently campaigned for men’s mental health awareness on his social media profile and completed Brave the Shave for McMillan Cancer Trust last year, was fined £ 10,000.

Nottinghamshire Police Deputy Chief Steve Cooper said officers were prepared to use “the full weight of the law” to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the city and county.

He added: “We must all remember that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic and we must all take responsibility for our actions.

“This party was a clear example of a householder who deliberately broke the rules without caring for anyone else and as a result we have used all the powers we have to deal with this.

Under current rules, we can impose fines on anyone hosting gatherings of more than 30 people, which can result in fines of up to £ 10,000.

“And now we are on the eve of the rules becoming even stricter, so there can be no meetings of more than six.”

Amy English, City Central Council Neighborhood Police Inspector, added: ‘Residents have been given fair warning that we will not tolerate that people who violate coronavirus laws and regulations must be respected by all.

“In this case, the resident also had the opportunity to close the party when they were first visited by our colleagues from the council.”

Public health chiefs in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire said the highest spike in new cases was among young people aged 18 to 35 and that they could end up exposing the virus to friends, family and some of the most vulnerable members of the community.

Lenton residents, who reported the house party to police, described the scene as some partygoers using the police excuse: “We’re just students.”

The police were called shortly after and found around 50 people at the address, which is near the university, who were ordered to leave (in the Harlaxton Drive photo) +8
Police were called shortly thereafter and found around 50 people at the address, which is near the university, who were ordered to leave (pictured from Harlaxton Drive)

The students have written a letter of apology to the neighbors after the party on Friday night +8
The students have written a letter of apology to the neighbors after the party on Friday night.

Leaving Agent Angela Robins, who has lived in the area for over 20 years, said: ‘I started counting them, it was another four, then another three and I lost count at 20.

‘It was a torrent of people. They went from the garden to the house.

“ I’m glad this fine happened because they need to be taught a lesson. Explain that to your parents.

‘This is necessary to set an example. It’s also about respecting the neighborhood, not just the confinement.

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“I grew up in this area and it gets worse and worse and when students say ‘it’s full of students (on this street)’ it’s garbage. It does not give you the right to party at all hours.

‘There are still many residents here. I think this fine will shake them up.

Kate Loewenthal, president of the Lenton Drives Residents and Neighbors Association, who lives in the area, said the locals weren’t “anti-students” but that they want to make sure there isn’t a Covid-19 spike.

She said: ‘I would never wish this £ 10,000 fine on anyone, but there has to be a message that gets out. It’s about saving lives.

“Many of those who dispersed from this party will move on to other parties and it could spread. I was very impressed by the response from the police last night.

Officers claim the teenager was given the chance to shut down Friday

It started quite early and we saw people from 7pm, which was unusual. There were some taxis, but they were mostly trampled.

However, not everyone supported the fine.

Resident Russell Brazier, 64, a web design consultant, lives across the street from where the party took place.

He was one of several neighbors who received a letter of apology from the party’s students.

Mr Brazier said: “It was a really nice letter, very well written and typical of the good guys that they are.

“I understand that we are in the middle of a serious epidemic and there are rules that we all have to obey, but a fine of £ 10,000 is exaggerated.

‘It is a lot of money for a student. A lesser fine would just as easily have sent the message that you have to follow the rules.

ACC Cooper from Nottinghamshire Police said: “We must remember that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic and that we must all take responsibility for our actions.

“This party was a clear example of a householder who deliberately broke the rules without caring for anyone else and as a result we have used all the powers we have to deal with this.

Under current rules, we can impose fines on anyone hosting gatherings of more than 30 people, which can result in fines of up to £ 10,000.

‘And now we are on the eve of the rules becoming even stricter, so there cannot be gatherings of more than six people.

‘I want to send a clear message to anyone who is thinking of deliberately hosting parties tonight or tomorrow night before they change the rules so they don’t.

“As we have shown here, we are not afraid to use all the powers we have and we will not tolerate those who deliberately endanger the lives of other people.”

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