Cops busted up an underground party that had more than 50 people inside a Brooklyn barbershop over the weekend neglecting social distancing rules.
Police pulled up to eNVee Barbershop to find dozens of people partying in the basement of what was supposed to be a shuttered business.
According to sources, officers handed out 60 summonses to partygoers for violating social distancing rules and arrested two people in connection to a gun found at the scene.
As cops broke up the party, NYPD helicopters flew above the scene to make sure all the quarantine violators were caught.
One man detained at the scene said on social media that he was just a camera man and the group at the barbershop was shooting a music video. However, the cops said the music video claim was false and that it was a party with no purpose.
The party being shut down comes on the heels of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plea on Saturday for New Yorker’s to snitch on people and non-essential businesses violating stay-at-home rules.
It was nearly a month ago when New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered the shut down of all barber shops, nail salons and tattoo parlors to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.