Police broke-up a car meet at an industrial estate on Saturday night.

Officers found more than 100 people gathered with their vehicles on Calmore Industrial Estate.

One vehicle was seen driving dangerously, doing donuts in the vicinity and near to the people stood by, officers reported. 

In a post detailing the incident on Facebook, a spokesperson for the Totton Police team said: "To the driver of that car: Do you not see the risk that this could pose to the bystanders? How would you feel if you seriously hurt someone?

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"This is not fun. This is dangerous. Someone will get hurt."

Some of the group were also acting in an anti-social way towards police, the officers reported.

They added: "Not only was there vehicle nuisance, the large group that were congregated in the estate did prevent our officers from driving forward and were acting in an anti social manner towards them.

"They also put a sticker on the back of the police van. What they do not realise is this is criminal damage and we are currently looking into the CCTV of the incident.

"Luckily, the two officers managed to move on all of the vehicles and prevented any further vehicles from entering the industrial estate.

"We understand that the nuisance not only affects the local community noise wise, but it also affects the businesses in the estate."

In July, police issued a warning after a similar incident.

It was reported "60 to 70" vehicles were seen gathered and driving dangerously on the Calmore Industrial Estate following weeks of reports of bad driving in the area.