College Students Got So Drunk at a Frat Party, the Air Actually Tested Positive for Booze
When cops arrived, the air registered .01 percent on a breathalyzer.
The Independent reports that 70 people—most of whom were enrolled at American University—were going way hard at a “tequila Tuesday” celebration advertised on Facebook and hosted by members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
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Police reportedly received noise complaints from nearby residents in the swanky suburban neighborhood of Bethesda. When cops showed up to break up the fun, the air registered a .01 on at least one breathalyzer.
Needless to say, the students were busted. The Independent has further details:
Six alleged occupants of the rented home have been charged with allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor, and face fines of up to $315,000, WLJA reported, citing court documents.
[Police] reportedly discovered bin bags and insulation over the windows and empty cans and bottles throughout the house.
The whole debacle sounds like a scene out of Blue Mountain State. Alex Moran would be definitely be impressed.