Students risk their lives to avoid being caught at a lockdown party

STUDENTS risk their lives jumping from windows to avoid being caught at a lockdown party.

Footage posted on social media shows University of Salford students risk life and limb to avoid being nabbed by security breaking up an illegal lockdown party. The party took place at the Peel Park Quarter accommodation on Wednesday, October 21.

When security went to investigate a “gathering” they found multiple students scrambling from first floor windows in a bid to escape detection. Photos and videos show friends on the ground helping some students down, while others jumped down unaided.

Universities have seen their fair share of lockdown flouting lately, with four Nottingham students fined £40’000 for throwing a party earlier this week.

A spokesman for the University of Salford said action was being taken against those involved.

“Security were called and dealt with it on the night and action is being taken with regards to those involved.

“Students have been, and continue to be, reminded about the rules and behaviour that is expected of them.”

Salford was in Tier Two lockdown on the night, where people are banned from mixing with other households indoors. The area has since moved onto stricter restrictions under Tier Three.

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