Florida once again hosted a peculiar event. According to the law authorities in Florida a group of teens and young adults are given a chance to come forward after breaking into a mcmansion valued at $8 million and throwing a wild house party culminating with a boxing match.
The Walton County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were called early Saturday to a home on Blackwater Street. The police was called following noise complaints from the neighbors.
Upon the deputies arrival most of the attendees of the ‘boxing match had left. But videos commemorating the event live on on social media.
Apparently a boxing match was set up in the mansion’s foyer.
“An open house party is against the law,” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post Monday, sharing videos of the party highlights. “An open house party in a home you break into is a burglary.”
Authorities described how homeowners gave no consent to the party and seemingly had no connection to the young people.
“Apart from the damage caused and the items stolen, it’s a complete violation of someone’s home that you can’t put a price on. The feeling when you know someone went into your closet, tried on your clothes, and used your bathroom doesn’t have a dollar amount attached to it,” the sheriff’s office wrote. “Especially in a place where you’re supposed to feel safe.”
The sheriff’s office warned that Snapchat is not private and can be subpoenaed.
Videos show the majority of cheering onlookers had their phones drawn and recorded the boxing match as two young males, equipped with boxing gloves, took swings at one another.
“You may think it is if you are a teenager or someone in their early 20s, and you are not yet worldly,” the post said. “Your friends will snitch. Word gets out. You’ll be tagged in pics on the Gram.”
“Before you say, ‘they might not have known,’ ask yourself if what was taking place was appropriate (or legal) regardless if they had permission to be there (which they did not),” the post continued. “Before making an excuse for these kids, ask why they felt they could do this in the first place.”
“Here’s our ask; if you were there, know someone who was there, were invited, knows who circulated the flyer for the party (yes, we know about that too) you are asked to come forward,” the sheriff’s office wrote. “DO YOURSELF A FAVOR and let us know. Come clean and give us the information we need to hold those responsible…So, what’s ‘the move’?”