A vulnerable resident has described how Woolton Village was a 'no go area' for many people as crowds of drunken people caused chaos in the area.
Four restaurants from the village are facing crunch licensing review hearings after Merseyside Police criticised them for not doing enough to stop crowds gathering in the area during the month of June.
Crust, Dostana, Nowhere and Istanbul BBQ - who were all serving takeaway alcohol during the period - will learn their fates next week. with a recommendation that their licenses are changed.
A huge number of local residents have submitted evidence to the council regarding the scenes that took place across June - culminating in a police dispersal order being issued as Liverpool fans celebrated the title win at the end of the month.
There have been grim descriptions of people urinating and defacating in public areas, screaming and fighting in the streets and even fireworks and flares hitting local homes.
Many have described an 'intimidating' atmosphere, with one mother saying she refused to allow her daughter out of the house at certain times because of the 'rowdy' crowds gathered.
The gatherings, where social distancing was not being adhered to, have also been partially blamed for a rise in coronavirus infections in the Woolton area.
This was a particular concern for one vulnerable local resident who wrote to the council to share how they were made to feel at the time of the chaotic scenes.
The resident described themselves as a 'shielded person', adding: "These examples of gross misbehaviour during successive evenings arising from illegal alcohol consumption are extremely threatening to residents in my situation.
"The most threatening aspect of this misbehaviour is that it is inevitable, & has been proved,to generate local re-infection hotspots for Covid-19. This is the very thing we have sought to avoid."
They added: "The village is where I normally go for my bank, newsagent, coffee shop, shoe repairers -all current no-go areas for me.
"Searches on Social Media highlight public complaints of the evening drinkers linked to hostile responses "Get a Life". I do have a life & have been struggling to keep it."
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The resident, like several others who complained, said they want to see the four businesses continue trading but believe changes are needed to avoid similar scenes in future.
They said: "The extent and hostility of this anti-social behaviour goes way beyond what is reasonable.
"We regret that it got so out of hand, but point out that it should have been nipped in the bud right at the start."
While a huge number of people have submitted written evidence against the four businesses facing licensing reviews, a couple of local people have written to the council to defend them.
One resident said they thought it was 'unfair' to blame the four businesses as they felt the main problem was people buying alcohol from the nearby Sainsbury's and suggested the restaurants were following protocol.
The council hearings for the four restaurants will take place on Wednesday and Thursday next week and the police are recommending that all four should have takeaway alcohol sales removed or specifically conditioned to 'prevent a reoccurrence of such events.'