A bunch of teenagers in Florida are in trouble with the police after they hosted a massive party in a house they broke into, before posting it on social media.
Look, we love a good house party as much as the next guy, but doing it in a house you’ve broken into might just be a step too far, while posting it on social media is just plain stupid.
Eventually, as all great parties end, the rager got shut down once the cops rocked up. By then though, many of the young troublemakers had already boosted from the multi-million dollar pad.
However, the cops said this wasn’t a big deal because most of the battlers at the rager posted it to their social media.
Good stuff team.
The police then took to social media themselves, making a Facebook post with all the footage of the party they could find. They laid down the law (literally and figuratively) in the caption of the post.
“An open house party is against the law. An open house party in a home you break into is a burglary,” the Walton County Sheriff’s Office says right off the bat.
“Here’s another sliver of information,” they said further down. “Snapchat isn’t private. You may think it is if you are a teenager or someone in their early 20s and you are not yet worldly.”
The police then tried to get any of the party-loving teens out there to empathise with the owners of the house
“The feeling when you know someone went into your closet, tried on your clothes, and used your bathroom doesn’t have a dollar amount attached to it.
"Especially in a place where you’re supposed to feel safe,” the Sheriff’s office continued before asking anyone with information to come forward.
Cops vs partying teens has been a rivalry that has stretched throughout history, and it seems the teens lost this battle - all because they did it for the Gram.