Notting Hill Carnival ends with 440 arrests over United Kingdom bank holiday weekend
Aug 30 2016 by Johnny Bowman
"It's excellent! We are loving the free spirit of everyone and we have all been dancing", said Annuar Aziz, a 41-year-old businessman from Malaysia who stumbled on the event by accident with his wife and four children.
Festivities at Europe's biggest street party were marred by more than 300 arrests across the two day event - many relating to drugs and offensive weapons.
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Police said there were four incidents involving people being stabbed, two of which involved teenagers.
A performer dances with police during the Notting Hill Carnival in London August 29, 2016.
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Last year's carnival involved more than 400 arrests and significant violence, including assaults on 21 police and a near-fatal stabbing.
At the roots of the Notting Hill Carnival are the Caribbean carnivals of the early 19th century - a particularly strong tradition in Trinidad - which were all about celebrating the abolition of slavery and the slave trade. Police presence is not always appreciated at the event, with the 2008 carnival ending in a street riot as a result, after authorities seized various risky weapons such as a Taser gun.