Dozens of modified cars showed up Tesco’s car park in Wembley on Sunday evening for a car meet.
Footage posted on social media shows the vehicles in the car park revving their engines and firing exhausts as members of the public gather to watch.
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999 London tweeted: “Dozens of souped-up cars have turned up for a ‘car meet’ at a Tesco car park in #Wembley, north-west London.”
A car meet has got Brent Park's Tesco car park popping tonight in Wembley 👀💥 pic.twitter.com/pdBvs3MOa9
— UB1UB2 (@UB1UB2) March 13, 2021
Since lockdown began, gatherings such as this are currently a breach of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions in place all over the UK.
It is also noted that at the present time, people are not permitted to make unnecessary journeys with the public asked to remain at home as much as possible and only make trips if absolutely necessary for shopping and essential travel to work.
Featured image and video credit: 999 London