100 youths turn up to Plymouth house party thanks to internet
Police had to break up a party in Plymouth after more than 100 teenagers turned up thanks to advertising on the internet.
Officers were sent to an address in Crownhill after dozens of youths were alerted to a party via Facebook and Twitter.
What should have been a small gathering quickly got out of hand.
While most of the youths dispersed after officers arrived an arrest was made for public disorder, resisting arrest and possession of drugs.
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Sergeant Ryan Canning, who attended, said some of the youths were 'drunk and rowdy'.
A police spokesman said: "If your teenager is thinking of having a party , please don't let them advertise it on social media."