Carol singers "up to no good", neighbours having "loud sex" and a man throwing a milkshake around in a takeaway were among complaints made to police on "Mad Friday".
North Yorkshire Police tweeted every incident it received between 12:00 GMT on 21 December to 06:00 the next day.
A caller from Harrogate told the force singers "she believes are from Leeds" were causing trouble.
One man replied on social media "build a wall and make Leeds pay for it".
So-called Mad Friday is considered one of the busiest of the year for police.
The force was inundated with comedy responses during its "tweetathon" to the carol singer complaint.
Caller from #Harrogate who is aware of Christmas carol singers in the area who she believes are from Leeds. Caller believes they are up to no good as they are not local to area - observations passed to local officers #NYPSSF 498— North Yorkshire Police (@NYorksPolice) December 21, 2018
Several posted "this is a local town for local people", a well-known line from BBC comedy The League of Gentlemen, while another said the Leeds singers had also been spotted in Harrogate tearoom Bettys asking "for their crusts to be left on".
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The force also dealt with a number of more serious incidents including an assault on a paramedic, and reports of drink drivers, street brawls and domestic violence.
With my mum, buying rhubarb in Northallerton— Alison Actually (@alisonxadams) December 23, 2018
mum: is the rhubarb local ?
greengrocer: sorry love no, couldn't get any local, we've had to import it from West Yorkshire.
...Only three hours into Saturday and we've already dealt with more than 100 calls including fights, suspected burglaries, domestic violence, a sudden death, missing people and a noise complaint about neighbours having "loud sex". The calls continue to come in. #NYPSSF— North Yorkshire Police (@NYorksPolice) December 22, 2018