Teen wild party might cost him 18,000 fine

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  1. Morg Super Moderator

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    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22649300/


    "The 16-year-old told local media he had no regrets about the party because he believed invited guests had no role in the ruckus. Asked if he would do it again, the youth said he would do it again this weekend"

    I think his parents going have a word about that :grin:
     
  2. xisaacx trademarks us miserable

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    why cant i go to these kinda parties
     
  3. WorthyStevens Green Man

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    http://www.break.com/index/funny-kid-isnt-sorry-about-huge-party.html

    Hahahahahaha.
     
  4. amazingfantasy15 Registered

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    "The 16-year-old told local media he had no regrets about the party because he believed invited guests had no role in the ruckus. Asked if he would do it again, the youth said he would do it again this weekend — if his parents were not due home from a vacation this week."

    I want to know who he thinks caused the "ruckus", this kid needs some legal punishment, not just a fine. If he can afford a party for 500 people an $18,000 fine won't teach him anything.
     
  5. Morg Super Moderator

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  6. WorthyStevens Green Man

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    That kid is awesome, hahahaha.
     
  7. Brick Tropical Caterpiller

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    His parents are back and he has gone into hiding
     
  8. Mr. Credible jukebox hero

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    i don't know how things work in australia, but how in the world could he be held legally responsible for the actions of others?

    that'd be like suing a football team because their winning caused a riot.

    sure, he shouldn't have thrown a party, and should be held accountable for that, but i don't think he did anything to cause the other kids to flip out and cause damage to anyone, so he should be in no way responsible for it.
     
  9. Morg Super Moderator

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    because he's the HOST he can be liable, at least here in US you can be in some cases. Seen it happen to couples hosting their own party and some of the guests get out of hand
     
  10. the_ultimate_evil CURSE YOU GIN MONKEY.

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    the guy is a right prick, deserves everything he gets
     
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  12. Lex Luthor Evildoer

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    If this kid does end up with the fine, then I cant say it was unwarranted. :)

    But yeah, he sounds like a complete *****e alright. :o
     
  13. spidey-dude Y.N.W.A

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    oh my god that video is absolutely hilarious
    that reporter is a bit of a b***h tbh
    he shouldn't be fined it isn't his fault, for instance if I had a party and 400 randoms turned up and started rioting in the street why on earth should I be held responsible???
     
  14. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    last year some 16 year old girl in the UK threw a *skins party* and the party did $24,000 worth of damage to her parents house
     
  15. Sugarculted Registered

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    I want to be at a party as wild as a 'Skins' one. I remember seeing that girl in tears. Her own fault, really. She posted a message across MySpace, inviting anyone who felt like coming along.

    I wouldn't dare host one at my home, though. Two many precious DVD's and geeky stuff. Wouldn't trust anyone :o
     
  16. Morg Super Moderator

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    The kid is arrested:

     
  17. Kmack Cheers!

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    Sux he was arrested:down
     
  18. Morg Super Moderator

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    read why? kiddie porn dude, the girls he took pics of were underage
     
  19. sithgoblin King of the Castle

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    Oh man, what an idiot!
     
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    must of been one hell of a party.
     
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    porn and wild illegal parties??!! *****e! :lmao:
     
  22. Sugarculted Registered

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    But...he's 16. Won't they be around his age? Slap on the wrist, definitely. But no serious jail sentence, not like he's over twenty and taking photos of the women.
     
  23. The Geek Vault Come at me bro

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    I really hope they show pictures of him WITHOUT the glasses. I bet he has no eyes!
     

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