A LARGE group of Enfield Town residents took to the streets to protect their community from looters this evening.
A 300-hundred strong crowd congregated at The King’s Head, in Market Place, from around 10.30pm.
However, with no sign of the rioters, the would-be vigilantes became the police’s biggest disturbance of the night.
A source among the crowd, who did not wish to be named, said there was a mixture of party atmosphere with a “tone of aggression”.
At one point during the evening, some members reported shouting in a church yard behind the pub.
Around 50 people charged to confront what they thought were rioters, but police rushed to block them off.
The group fell back after they realised it was “just kids” and returned to the pub.
Later in the evening, just after midnight, a few police vehicles outside the pu
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