Teen proud of £10,000 Facebook party riot

#1
No doubt these two charming, responsible young people 'like totally fort dat dis paaarty was like totally brilliant an' that'. However someone has to pick up the tab and that someone is, ultimately, us.

Any members of the plod around who would care to comment on the expenditure of £10,000 in this case (which we can all ill-afford)?

Teen proud of £10,000 Facebook party riot
 

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#2
Aaah, fair play to the boy. He threw a big party, it got a bit outrageous, nobody died, and the rozzers had to turf everyone out. Who in their youth would not be proud of such an achievement?

I'm only glad that they didn't have such a party near my place, otherwise I'd have had to turf them out, and they'd much rather it was the police if that happened.
 
#4
"the 17-year-old said: 'It was a great party. I am well proud that people are saying it cost the police £10,000. My mates are saying what a sick party it was - the best yet.' "

needs to be beaten.
 
#5
Why not just bill the parents???
 
#6
Why not just birch the parents? Then bill them for that as well.
 
#8
To be honest, apart from the helicopter, I've been to a few parties like that in my youth. Non-Story.


(Let he without sin etc etc: Does smashing up Squadron Bars and Berlin nightclubs come into this catagory?)
 
#9
Bravo_Bravo said:
needs to be beaten.
I'm sure the resident odd-ball tramp of Farnborough could be persuaded to do that. He spits at children on bicycles.

He should also have to spend a night alone with that whoa-man friend of his. Bleurgh!
 

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#10
Archangel said:
No doubt these two charming, responsible young people 'like totally fort dat dis paaarty was like totally brilliant an' that'. However someone has to pick up the tab and that someone is, ultimately, us.

Any members of the plod around who would care to comment on the expenditure of £10,000 in this case (which we can all ill-afford)?

Teen proud of £10,000 Facebook party riot
Plod are salaried. Maybe they mean the revenue lost from not being able to issue speeding tickets and on the spot fines for littering....
 
#11
The only difference between this lad and most of us when we were young is that we didn't have Facebook to promote such parties! Oh, and the stupid chav language.
 
#12
beemer007 said:
Just read the article, what an idiot!
Yeah, he only planned for 100-150 people and 250 rocked up. He cant have had nearly enough sausage rolls. No wonder there was a riot.

Has there ever been a year in living history that there wasnt a story about teen-party getting out of control? Only refreshed now because of the facebook angle. Backtrack to the 1920s and sure there is a story of a boat house trashed by straw hat wearing ruffians after cads hear about tea party via telephone...
 
#13
What are the policing costs for a load of drunk 'adults' in a typical town centre on a weekend?

I think the police were probably happier playing with some drunk teens rather than getting bottled by a load of ratarrsed grown-ups.

People that complain were just piissed off because they weren't invited. :lol:
 
#14
Alsacien said:
Plod are salaried. Maybe they mean the revenue lost from not being able to issue speeding tickets and on the spot fines for littering....
Helicopters and police cars cost a bit though. Might have been extra fuzz brought in to stem the flow of white lightning and Strongbow :)
 
#16
Nonstory. What on earth did they need the helicopter for?! 250 kids does NOT require that sort of over-response, IMO. Plod just deploy helicopters /riot squads/ SWAT teams where there is absolutely no need in order to justify further acquisition of the same.
 
#17
its b loody disgusting in my view . there would have been hell ojn if it had been next door to me , surely a nieghbour must have rang the police earlier , and i suppose if the dad gave the boy a clout he would have been open to prosecution too !
 

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#19
CptCorrelli said:
its b loody disgusting in my view . there would have been hell ojn if it had been next door to me , surely a nieghbour must have rang the police earlier , and i suppose if the dad gave the boy a clout he would have been open to prosecution too !
Do you take kn0b lessons, or is it a natural gift you have :?
 
#20
ffs

what a non story.

Did he have a party? yes.
Is it quite impressive having 250 people turn up to your house? yes.
Had he done anything wrong? Not to me or you.
Is he a complete pr1ck for boasting about being happy it cost us money? yes.
Is he 15? yes.
 

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