Noise control was called to an Auckland primary school's disco - at 7.45pm.
A disgruntled neighbour complained about the stereo noise coming from Epsom Normal Primary School - a complaint that another neighbour describes as "absolutely ridiculous".
The school's three annual discos - for the junior, intermediate and senior syndicates - kicked off at 5pm. Everything was running smoothly until a noise control officer turned up and asked that the music be turned down.
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