A party organized in a hangar in a small town in Seine-et-Marne gave rise to 90 fines for non-compliance with the curfew. The police are still looking for the organizer (s) of this underground party.
On the night of January 29 to 30, 2021, the police fined 90 people participating in a party organized in Collégien (Seine-et-Marne), in violation of the curfew in force throughout the territory national.
According to BFM TV, the party was organized in a warehouse in the eastern part of Paris, located allée du Clos-des-Charmes. The police intervened around 9 p.m. issuing a fine for non-compliance with the curfew 11 people who were in an adjoining car park, near the A4 motorway. Two hours later, the police obtained legal permission to enter the building and ended the party. 81 participants were then fined. Alcohol and sound and light equipment were seized.
Four people were heard freely at the Noisiel police station, but no police custody took place, according to information from Franceinfo. The police are still looking for the organizer or organizers of the evening.
At first, it was presented as a libertine evening by BFM TV and Franceinfo, but this information was denied by Le Parisien shortly after.