A college party in Maryland got so out of hand that the air in the house registered on a breathalyzer.
WJLA reports that Montgomery County Police responded to a disturbance call at a home in Bethesda and found 70 people at a party hosted by American University students in a fraternity. The party, which took place last month, was reportedly billed “Tequila Tuesday,” and the alcohol was certainly flowing.
When police arrived, some of the partygoers locked themselves in a bathroom, while another jumped out of a second-story window, according to records obtained by WJLA.
The floors of the home were covered in a sticky film of alcohol, and the air in house registered on a breathalyzer at .01.
Most of the attendees were reportedly ages 17-20, and the six hosts — members of the SAE fraternity — are facing 126 counts each of furnishing alcohol to a minor and allowing underage possession of alcohol. If convicted on all charges, each of the hosts could be required to pay $315,000 in fines.
According to the report, several attendees reportedly told police they never want to attend another frat party again.
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