Wild parties and fights: Norwegian police were very busy last night

PolicePhoto: Ørn E. Borgen / NTB

Police across the country reported many incidents related to parties and nightclubs on Saturday night.

In Svelvik in Viken, the police had to intervene at a major youth party at Berger school.

“Dozens of young people ran from the place when the police arrived, several obviously drunk, many of them probably under 18 years old,” the Southeastern Police District wrote on Twitter.

The same evening, the Southwestern Police District tweeted about a party in Tysvær that got out of control with several hundred young people present. The police were called after a fight broke out.

Wild parties

In Ålesund, the police intervened and stopped a party in a boathouse where between 40 and 50 young people were gathered. In Ørsta, the police stopped a youth party that got out of control.

In Grimstad, a fight broke out in the city center shortly before two o’clock. A man was taken to the emergency room. The police also brought in two people who did not want to comply with the police’s requests and refused to provide personal information.

In Alta and Hammerfest in Gjøvik, in Gvarv, in Bergen, in Trondheim, and in Arendal, the police had to intervene to stop parties and loud music, as well as intervene in several episodes of violence in and outside nightclubs.

No serious injuries were reported in connection with the incidents.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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