News : It’s all gone Pete Tong

 Monday, March 17th 2008, 6:00 pm

Pete Tong

The rather predictable headline above appeared over the weekend after BBC Radio 1 and Pete Tong are blamed for the damage caused at a country house in Devon after schoolgirl Sarah Ruscoe asked for a shout out on his Friday night Essential Selection show. More than 500 people turned up at her parent’s mansion in Colehays, Devon and the four bouncers that they had couldn’t stop the kids from wrecking the house. However, the chaos proved to have snowballed from an ill-advised poster at Torquay grammar school in which everyone in the sixth form invited all of their friends.

After a similar thing happened in Australia where Corey Delaney threw a similar party and 500 people wrecked his parent’s home you’d think that kids would wise up about posting party details in public places. In my opinion it seems like posting this sort of stuff in your school and on Facebook, Bebo or Myspace isn’t really a good idea. When I was at school we still had gatecrashers at parties but it was a lot harder to find out where they were. You certainly wouldn’t get 500 people turning up! Here’s a video of Corey Delaney to amuse yourself at his stupidity.

Update: And now a YouTube video of the mansion party has appeared!

2 comments about this post

  1. Wow, that’s really funny and very stupid of these guys :). Greets

  2. This kid is ouovibsly spoiled. He needs to know that there are consequences for your actions, and this is one of the best ways.Leon’s last blog post..