Officials in environmental health jobs have raided a student property in Egham to confiscate noise-making equipment.
Local residents had complained of loud parties frequently taking place at the address, which sometimes went on until 07:00 in the morning, reports Staines News.
The police accompanied the environmental health officials to the property in the Nightingale Shott cul-de-sac to ensure no breach of the peace offences occurred as the equipment was taken.
Egham neighbourhood sergeant Iain Weaving said: "They took just about anything and everything, anything that make a noise, a keyboard, speakers, computers, two televisions."
Two months earlier, a similar raid was carried out on a different student property in the same street for noise pollution reasons.
Last month, staff in environmental health jobs with Kirklees Council encouraged people using mp3 players on public transport to keep volume levels down, to help ensure they do not annoy other passengers, reported the Huddersfield Examiner.