A wedding party in Wales has been branded “selfish” and “idiots” amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions.
The private function was shut down by police earlier this week after reports of Covid-19 rule breaches.
A “large number of people” were found at the event in Adelina’s Bar and Kitchen restaurant in Swansea.
South Wales Police received reports of the gathering on Thursday evening, as revealed by WalesOnline.
Officers visited the restaurant and found, what is now understood to have been a wedding reception.
The function was subsequently shut down with everyone in attendance forced to leave the property.
And the restaurant itself has now been issued a closure notice by Swansea Council for the rule breach.
It means that its owners have 14 days to introduce safety measures in-line with government guidance.
This includes enabling two-metre social distancing throughout the premises and limiting gatherings.
Adelina’s Bar and Kitchen did not respond to a request for comment from WalesOnline about this.
The public have now responded to the news though, branding its attendees as “selfish” and “idiots.”
One person commented on Twitter : “They have no respect for other people or the law.”
Another said: “I can’t believe how many selfish people there. We’re in the middle of a pandemic.”
Others were left “speechless” by the breach of regulations, with the party called “unbelievable.”
“No one likes these restrictions but we’re all trying,” wrote another, “why should they get away with it?”
It was also proposed that the venue shouldn’t be punished alone so the happy couple she get fined.
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