It seems people in the UK are so desperate to rave they'll party just about anywhere.

Which apparently includes the sewer.

Cops in Newcastle were called to break up a rave that took place under bridges at the mouth of the River Ouseburn, the Evening Standard reports.

Revelers were forced to wade through dirty sewage water to get to the bash, which attracted up to 200 people by the time it was busted at 4 AM on Saturday.

The cops learned about the event through its listing on Facebook. Though local officers said that some attendees called the police after growing concerned for their own safety.

Cops are calling the party "dangerous."

"These events are not licensed or supported by the responsible authorities who duty is to oversee the safety of the public," Chief Inspector Dave Pickett, of Central Area Command said in a statement.

"It is not an area that is easy to access so if anyone needed the assistance of the emergency services then they would have been in severe trouble," he continued. "We are very lucky that we are not talking about a more serious incident, particularly when you consider that many of those involved were under the influence of alcohol."

— Laura Hill (@laurahillnews) March 14, 2017

Nobody's been arrested in connection with the event so far, but an investigation into who organised it is reportedly underway, and university students are suspected.

Cops also had to break up a rave that broke out following a beginner's DJ class in Nottinghamshire over the weekend.

And someone else turned their Airbnb rental into a full-fledged nightclub in North London last week.

If that doesn't prove the veracity of UK clubbers, we're not sure what will.

Maybe just go to a club next time though?

H/T FACT. Image via Northumbria Police