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PUBLISHED: 09:39 16 August 2017 | UPDATED: 09:39 16 August 2017
Capstar Services UK Security Ops Coordinator / Analyst Following the growth and development of Capstar over the last few months and in recognition of our new service offerings Capstar Services UK are recruiting for Operations coordinator / analysts within our Security and Risk Management service line. Applicants must have previous experience of working within an Operations room environment, the ability to follow strict operating procedures set out by the company and be competent in writing intelligence reports for our employees and clients. Working 12hr day shifts on a 4 on 4 off routine Salary: Negotiable on experience Capstar are in the process of building an exceptional ten of highly professional operators.
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An MTV Crashes Plymouth star had to warn the crowd to go “easy” after a thrown smoke bomb came within inches of hitting him mid-set. DJ Wilkinson managed to dodge the burning purple smoke bomb but was taken by surprise. The incident happened as he performed his remix of Rag’n’Bone Man hit Skin.
He immediately told the crowd to the left of the stage to go “easy”.
The flare was being waved around in the air by someone in the crowd before it was suddenly launched towards the stage. Two members of the backstage team immediately rushed onto the stage to put it out.
Watch below: The moment a flare is lit up earlier in the night
One shocked audience member said it appeared the flare was aimed at the stage. “The flare had been in the crowd for a minute or two but I didn’t think it was going to get thrown.
“I thought, ‘that’s really dangerous’ . Why would someone throw a flare on stage? “It was about the third flare I saw this evening.
“It smelt really bad as well and the wind was blowing it right across the stage.” Earlier, police said a man was arrested after a flare was set off – as they declared a “zero tolerance” approach to crime at the massive event.
The wet and windy weather is failing to put a dampener on festivities on the Hoe, as thousands of people enjoy the party for the second night in a row. But cops say anyone who oversteps the mark will be dealt with. And that began early, with an arrest before 6pm.
Video footage (above) shows a red smoke bomb being set off in the crowd. DCI Ben Deer, who is Plymouth police’s bronze commander for the event, tweeted: “Male arrested for possession of pyrotechnic (flare) at a musical event having thrown it in the crowd zero tolerance.”
The first night of the huge event was trouble-free.
DCI Deer said there were no arrests last night.