Gang hurled eggs, flour, and ketchup at a parked car as they rushed down the street.
A huge gang was seen on camera dumping eggs, flour, and ketchup over a parked car on a south Liverpool street.
In the early hours of today morning, camera footage obtained with the ECHO shows a big number of young people rushing back and forth over Langdale Road in The Dales area near Smithdown Road (Friday).
The Dales is a densely populated region with many students living in shared housing.
The group is seen covering a stopped Ford Focus car with a variety of food goods, including eggs, wheat, milk, pasta, and tomato ketchup.
They are then surprised when a local homeowner filming them yells at them, and they retreat into a house across the street.
Images taken today of the car reveal it to be fully coated in food.
At 12:20 a.m., police were dispatched to the area after receiving allegations that up to 15 males and females had been covering a car with food items.
Officers were unable to locate the perpetrators, and the police is now appealing to anyone with additional information about this – or any other acts of anti-social behavior in the area – to come forward.
“Such episodes of anti-social behavior are unacceptable and create a great deal of distress in our communities,” said Sergeant Jacqui Keeler.
“We have increased patrols in the area and would like to hear from anyone with information.
“We understand how upsetting anti-social behavior can be for a community, so I highly encourage members of the public to report anti-social behavior to the police so that we can take action to discover those responsible and bring them to justice.”
However, the nearby homeowner who recorded the incident, who did not want to be identified, believes that not enough is being done to safeguard residents from anti-social behavior in student communities.
“There have been a lot of troubles in this area in the last few days,” he stated.
“There are a lot of home parties that are causing a lot of difficulties – it’s been a nightmare for the locals.”
“A great deal.” The summary comes to a close.