Home, vacant, blowout party

*Homeowners who move out of the homes before they’re sold have always had to worry about thieves of squatters breaking in while they’re away.

Now, homeowners who make that decision can add partying teenagers to the list.

A luxury home in central California was up for sale recently: four bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, a big backyard and a pool. The listing also mentioned that the home was vacant.

Those last three features were the highlights of a party invitation that a 16-year-old high school junior sent out. He’d also posted information on the party on his Instagram and Twitter accounts, asking attendees to “respect the house” and “no drama at all.” However, he also wrote “If you act stupid who fucking cares.”

The kid removed the “for sale” sign on the house’s front lawn, and told neighbors he’d just bought the house and was planning a party. They asked them to just let them know, instead of calling the police, if the party got to loud.

Possibly, it was a flag that a 16-year-old kid had bought a luxury home.  And clearly he didn’t anticipate some of the neighbors knowing the homeowners or that they’d ignore his wishes and call the cops.

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