Police found the “blatant breach” of coronavirus rules following studies of a gathering on a ship moored close to Volt Avenue in North Acton at about 11pm on Saturday.
The organiser of the get together, which is assumed to have been organized on social media, was reported for a £10,000 effective.
Some 72 company had been handed £800 fines, the day after the utmost penalty was elevated from £200.
Detective Chief Inspector Thomas Bowen, of West Space, stated: “This was a blatant breach of the Coronavirus guidelines which are in place to avoid wasting lives and defend the massive stress on the NHS.
“All of the individuals who attended this occasion, which seems to have been organised on social media, have fairly rightly been reported for the consideration of fines.
“The Met will proceed to close down and disperse occasions akin to this, which danger spreading a virus that has already claimed the lives of greater than 100,000 individuals on this nation.”
Essex Police stated 18 “reckless revellers” had been fined nearly £15,000 after officers interrupted a home get together on Saturday.
In Merseyside, police discovered about 200 individuals partying in a lodge within the early hours of Sunday morning and broke up a gathering of 20 individuals in a fitness center on Saturday evening.
A spokesman for Essex Police stated officers attended a home in Bury Street, Sewardstonebury, at about 5pm on Saturday after studies of a celebration and after they arrived had been initially refused entry by individuals inside who claimed to be making a music video.
Eighteen individuals contained in the property, 17 from London and one from Essex, had been fined £800 every following the introduction of upper penalties, the drive stated.
Deputy Chief Constable Pippa Mills stated: “These egocentric people not solely don’t have any regard for their very own security, however they clearly didn’t give a second thought for the protection of the area people, the law enforcement officials who needed to attend to take care of their reckless behaviour or the NHS who’re below unbelievable stress.”
The drive stated an investigation is below strategy to set up whether or not two earlier illegal gatherings on the vacant, rented property had been organised by the identical particular person.
In Merseyside, police issued fastened penalty notices to 19 individuals who had been present in Shred Quick Fitness center on Lengthy Lane in Aintree at 10.30pm on Saturday.
The drive, which has reported the enterprise proprietor to the native authority, stated these attending weren’t sporting PPE or social distancing and had travelled from areas together with Billinge, Widnes, Wirral and Southport.
At 3.15am, officers discovered round 200 individuals on the Richmond Lodge in Liverpool metropolis centre the place 4 events had been occurring, the drive stated.
A police spokesman stated 13 fastened penalty notices had been issued, 11 documented warnings got and everybody who was not a professional visitor on the lodge was eliminated.
One lady was arrested on suspicion of breaching coronavirus laws and two counts of assaulting a constable and a person was arrested as he was needed, the drive stated.
Chief Superintendent Matt Boyle stated: “This type of behaviour is unbelievable and unacceptable and officers shouldn’t be confronted with abuse and violence when making an attempt to uphold the regulation, which most individuals are rightly abiding by.”