AROUND 100 drivers flocked to a supermarket car park to attend an unauthorised car meet.

Police were called to the car meet in the Sainsbury’s car park in Broadcut, Fareham, at 7.55pm on Sunday, April 17. 

Noise nuisance was reported and officers attended to "monitor the situation".

However, the group finally left the scene at 9.20pm.

It is the latest in a series of anti-social car meetings that have taken place across the county. 

A large group of around 250 cars descended on to Sainsbury's car park in Winchester last month prompting neighbours to complain of loud revving noises and anti-social driving in the roads nearby.

Hampshire police has previously issued dispersal orders for car parks and industrial estates in Nursling, Calmore and Hedge End, with reports of meetings also taking place in an idustrial estate in Romsey. 

Police also worked with Sainsbury's in Kempshott, Basingstoke, to get CCTV installed in a bid to stop the meetings happening there after scores of residents complained about the noise and anti-social behaviour.

Inspector Gavin Biggs from the Roads Policing Unit said: “While the majority of car enthusiasts are law-abiding and passionate about their vehicles, these meets can cause disruption and disturbance to nearby residents, as well as pose an unacceptable risk to public safety.

“Hampshire Constabulary will not allow such behaviour to go unchallenged and we ask all drivers to act responsibly and drive safely."