Thursday, 25 August 2011

Police urged to block raves on Tuscan beaches

Business owners on a Tuscan beach are demanding that police arrange a roadblock to stop up to 4,000 partygoers arriving for a rave arranged through Facebook. The latest arranged event is part of a spate of impromptu raves that have had a negative impacts on the countries coastline.

The beachclub owners at the protected Calambrone beach say that they are still repairing the damage from the last rave on 15 August when 2000 people arrived unannounced. The rave on 15 August lead to syringes and exrement found on the beach and damage done several beach clubs.

The police have blamed the rise on this phenomenen on a surge in binge drinking and the ability to arrange parties quickly through the medium of social networking.

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