Time to teach these hooligans some manners
This story has been crazy. Hope these kids learn a lesson.
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While former New England Patriots linebacker Brian Holloway was out of state, over the Labor Day weekend an estimated 300 teens broke into and partied down in his $1.5 million, 5,000-square-foot upstate New York home. The drinking and drugging youth spray-painted walls, urinated on carpets, broke doors and windows, and stole items, wreaking over $20,000 in damages to the empty house that’s been on the market.
The teens bragged about their flash-party exploits on social media, posting photos of themselves on Twitter and Facebook. According to the New York Post (which published the brats’ online photos), Holloway, father of eight, learned from his 19-year-old son that dozens of kids were tweeting in real-time about the party. Watch this video.
Holloway watched in disbelief as the scene unfolded on Twitter. The revelers came from at least nine surrounding high schools and a local college. Holloway, who found 170 tweets from the party within its first three hours, re-posted them to a website to help identify the house crashers and urge them to change their behavior.