Group of NI young farmers evicted for drunken behaviour

A group of young people were evicted from a holiday complex in Northern Ireland over the weekend of 19/20 April because of drunken antics while attending the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster Annual conference.

Police were called to the Corn Mill Complex in Annalong after a dry powder fire extinguisher was set off in one of the rooms triggering the fire alarm.

Around 30 members were evicted from the site the following morning with the complex owner reporting damage to a tumble drier, beer spraying and general misbehaviour.

View the BBC’s video report of the incident.

Are you going to be attending the YFC agm in Blackpool? We’ll be reporting live from the vent so make sure you see our special YFC landing page.

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