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Texas couple finds hundreds of teenagers partying and trashing their home after invite was posted to social media

Image Source: KTBC-TV YouTube video screenshot composite

A couple in Texas said they were shocked to find hundreds of uninvited teenagers partying and trashing their home after someone posted a flyer to social media.

The unidentified homeowner told KTBC-TV that he drove home on Saturday after being alerted about the party.

"We started receiving numerous phone calls from our neighbors that there were kids on our water tower on our property, there were cars up and down the street, and kids were hopping over the front of our fence," he said.

He said that he was shown an announcement that was posted to Snapchat about a "mansion rager" with their address on it.

"It was horrifying. I mean, it was just unbelievable total violation of one's privacy," the homeowner added.

When he arrived at the home, the gate and the garage were broken, the lights were on and the front door was wide open.

"When I came into the neighborhood there were just car, after car, after car just trying to flee the scene," he recalled.

The teenage partiers didn't just break into his home, but they destroyed much of his property.

"They had beer cans, the seltzer cans, like White Claw, I saw they had thrown like avocados at the wall, there was damage to sheetrock and baseboards. They had thrown tools through the sheetrock of in our garage. They had my daughter's toys scattered around the property," he said.

They found articles of clothing from many of the major schools in the greater Austin area.

He said no one in his family could have possibly been behind the party.

"We only have a two-year-old toddler," he explained. "They are not in the school system, so this wasn't a case of just the parents are out of town, or you know we have a child where this was a joke or something."

The perpetrators of the break-in will face multiple charges, he said.

"There seems to be little consequences for these actions, and I feel like it'll keep getting worse if we don't get to the bottom of things like this," the homeowner concluded.

Here's a local news report about the incident:

Texas home trashed by unknown person who threw huge party | FOX 7 Austinwww.youtube.com

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