Police Were Called To Break Up A Drum And Bass Rave On The Tube Last Night

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Police were called to break up a 'fully-fledged' drum and bass rave on the Bakerloo line on Monday night which featured lighting rig, MC and PA system.

Pretty impressive.

Well - not everyone thought so, namely people who the sesh disturbed, like Elyse who tweeted: "Hi Dominic, @bakerlooline can you please let me know why there's some live rap performance holding up trains and keeping me from my PJs?

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What a snore.

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The action was captured on camera by a raver who later uploaded the above video to YouTube writing: "Not your normal Monday night on the Bakerloo line."

The MC on the mic was Harry Shotta, who you may recognise from a recent and particularly cringing Arsenal charity rap single titled, 'Clash of the season'.

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The British Transport Police took the incident in good spirits when they boarded at Regent's Park to shut the party down.

A spokesperson for BTP said: "Whilst officers relish any opportunity to experience underground drum and bass, we'd kindly ask DJs to refrain from using the Tube as a pop-up club."

"It may be the Easter holiday but there is a time and a place and we'd ask everyone to consider other passengers using the network."

Not their first rave, I'll tell you that for free.