Judge Jules was criticised in a British court this week after neighbours of a Buxton hotel told licensing officials his noisy set at the venue had ruined the tranquillity of the usually sophorific Peak District town.
Local resident Tom Phillipson told the Buxton Advertiser hed been kept awake all night by Jules and the Chuff Chuff party, prompting an abject apology from Buxton Palace Hotel manager Kazeem Durosom, who said theyd no longer be staging any similar all night parties in the future.
"I think it was a mistake, said Mr Durosomo, It was a one-off event and we never expected the amount of noise from that."
Judge Jules, however, was nonplussed, telling Skrufff It was a really cool Chuff Chuff style do where clubbers get both a party with DJs and a hotel room as part of the package. It seemed like a very average night from a decibels perspective. I've played the same hotel twice.
People in small towns have nothing better to do than complain, Jules added, It was probably the highlight of the complainant's year.
Despite his seemingly unrepentant stance towards Buxtons citizenry, Jules admitted he takes an entirely different approach to noise polluters in
Neighbouring villas get rented out to large groups who often have all night parties, he explained, Though thankfully the local chief of police and I are on first name terms.
Jules also admitted hes discussed noise issues with his neighbours in Highgate village, though said theyve achieved a happy equilibrium since he moved there two years ago.
When I moved into my current
Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)