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MUST READ: Comaro Crossing responds to underground party

THE Comaro Crossing Shopping Centre has replied to the allegations that an illegal party took place in an underground parking area on September 30.

MUST READ: WATCH: Underground party at Comaro Crossing gone wrong

The official statement from the centre read as follows:

We, as the managing agents of Comaro Crossing Shopping Centre, are deeply concerned about reports received of an unauthorised and illegal event that took place in one of the parking areas of the Shopping Centre on the evening of September 30, 2017.

We assure all concerned parties and the community at large that it was an unauthorised event which was in no manner or form sanctioned by us. Immediate action was taken to stop the event the moment it came to our attention.

A full investigation is currently underway to ascertain who the organisers of the event were.

SEATING: The seating and ‘VIP’ like area set up next to the stage.

Appropriate civil and criminal action will be taken against all involved in facilitating, arranging and running this unauthorised and illegal event.

All concerned parties can be assured that we have taken every possible precaution to ensure that such an incident is prevented from occurring in the future.

ALSO READ: VIDEOS: Booze and brawls revealed at illegal Comaro Crossing underground party

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STAGE: The stage set up for the party that the centre had no idea about.

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Shernovia Reddy
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