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2,000 Teens Attend Massive Party and Cause $70,000 Worth of Damage

2,000 Teens Attend Massive Party and Cause $70,000 Worth of DamageOther news2014-05-13T17:36:18+03:002014-12-17T16:36:05+02:00

 $70,000 Worth of Damage

Canadian police broke up a party in Ontario on Friday night that was thrown in a 17-year-old's parents' still-being-built home. 2,000 teens attended and caused an estimated $70,000 worth of damage. TEENS!

 

Over the weekend, a 17-year-old from the Canadian suburb threw a party at his parents' still-under-construction, 5,000-square foot home.

Mega party

At approximately 9:30 p.m., a neighbor called 911, who responded by sending 60 police unites, including SWAT officers and K-9 units. They made several arrests, though most were just for underage drinking.

Mega party

One attendee, Nick, 16, heard about the party on social media and told that there was a line of cars, including a fully packed tour bus, waiting to get into the party. He said, "I have seen something like this in the movies, but never in real life."

 

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