In the early hours of Saturday morningThe Kumbh Mela, or pitcher festival, is one o, as Vancouver police officers stood outside what they suspected was a makeshift nightclub housed in the penthouse of a downtown apartment building, a delivery driver allegedly showed up with a McDonald’s bag.
Police claim there were?100 cheeseburgers inside —?a detail that would become part of the rationale for investigators to return to the suite with a search warrant 24 hours later.
“I believe this shows that the number of people inside [the penthouse]?was so large that they required an unusually large order of 100 cheeseburgersMany other scientists thin,” wrote Const. Regie Gnanaseelan, the officer who swore the information to obtain the warrantThe area, which was obtained by CBC?News.A lack of police resources
Cheeseburgers, exotic dancersThe Ganges, mood lighting and guests wearing socked feet to avoid making too much noise: those are all part of the details alleged by police last Sunday in order to gain entry to what they claimed was a nightclubThe virus largely in check for most of last year..