Knickers, NOS and underwear left behind by at ‘illegal’ rave site

A Welsh industrial estate was the scene of a 1,000 person-strong bank holiday rave which has left a trail of destruction and mess.

The illegal party kicked off on Saturday night and lasted well into Easter Sunday but less than 24 hours later, the only people remaining were police officers.

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Kenfig Industrial Estate in Margam, near Port Talbot was littered with plastic and glass bottles, cans and other slightly stranger items.

Among the discoveries were multiple pairs of discarded underwear and countless discarded NOS canisters used by revellers to inhale laughing gas.

Police had urged people not attend the illegal rave at the weekend and subsequently revealed that three people had been taken to hospital.

On Monday, they said they opening investigations into who organised the rave.

Superintendent Steve Jones, from South Wales Police, said: “We are reviewing all lines of enquiries following the gathering at Kenfig Industrial Estate to identify any offences under the appropriate legislation.

The relevant details of some offenders have been obtained and enquiries are ongoing."

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"A large majority of those who attended the event left late on Sunday afternoon.

"Our resources remained in the vicinity of the scene."

It is thought the rave attracted people from all across the UK, with some travelling more than 200 miles to get there.

Some witnesses of the chaotic event described seeing many people laying semi conscious in the road.

The Welsh Ambulance Service attended revealed that it responsed to multiple calls from the scene while a road into the industrial estate was closed.

Some 300 cars were also seen parked on the street leading to the estate.

Members of the public have been advised to keep clear of the area while the cleanup operation continues and lines of investigation are pursued.

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