Guy Fawkes (13 April 1570 – 31 January 1606), also known as Guido Fawkes while fighting for the Spanish, was a member of a group of provincial English Catholics who was involved in the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605. — Wikipedia
Fire and Emergency NZ has reported a fairly quiet Guy Fawkes night.
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They range from the illegal discharge of fireworks and the sale of fireworks to violent behaviour.
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Fire and Emergency are hoping for a quieter Guy Fawkes this year after a hectic 2019.
With this year’s Guy Fawkes Day coinciding with the first day of the matric final exams the City of Cape Town has urged the public to refrain from any acts of criminality.
Police say “no sympathy” will be shown to Guy Fawkes revellers who contravene the law relating to the discharging of fireworks on Thursday.
Every 5 November, millions across the world celebrate Guy Fawkes Day by setting off firecrackers and starting bonfires.
The City of Cape Town says Guy Fawkes has become notorious for assaults, damage to property and scores of fireworks-related complaints.
Just about everything might be cancelled right now, but there are still plenty of ways to give a nod to Guy Fawkes
The municipality said the annual ‘tradition’ has, in recent years, been associated with acts of violence and intimidation by mobs of youths in a number of hotspots around the metro.
“Disturbing, heartbreaking and barbaric.” That was the City of Cape Town ‘s verdict on Friday after Guy Fawkes attacks on elderly people and animals.