Six more North Shore lockdown party attendees slapped with infringement notices

Six people who attended an infamous Auckland party at the weekend have been handed infringement notices for breaching COVID-19 restrictions.

Footage from the North Shore party of a large group of young people was widely circulated on social media at the weekend, angering Aucklanders still locked down under alert level 3. 

Under the current alert level 3 rules, people must stick to their household bubbles unless gathering with one other household outdoors. Indoor gatherings are not permitted.

Since-deleted videos showed more than 50 people drinking, dancing on tables and kissing at an apartment in Redvale on Auckland's North Shore. Two models and social media influencers have since been dumped by their talent agencies for attending the party.

On Monday, a 28-year-old man was arrested and charged for allegedly hosting the party and now six others have been slapped with infringement notices.

Another attendee was referred to Youth Aid, police said in a statement.

"Police continue to identify and speak to attendees that were at the property," the statement said.

An investigation is ongoing and it's expected further infringement notices will be issued, police added.

"Police are advising those who were present at this gathering that rather than wait for police to come to them, there is an opportunity to take accountability for their own actions.

"Those people can contact police through 105 and quote the file number 211017/9625."

The statement reiterated police wouldn't tolerate such a breach of COVID-19 restrictions and thanked members of the public who reported the party.