College frat parties are known for being full of booze, but one was so lit that even the air in the house registered on a breathalyzer.
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This party took place in Bethesda, Maryland, with the frat involved being American University’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Police raided the “Tequila Tuesday” night last month after receiving complaints from neighbors, according to USA Today. Per court documents, over 70 people were in attendance, all of which were checked with breathalyzers for blood alcohol content. None were as alarming as the 0.01 BAC reading that came from the air in the house, which was full of spilled alcohol, empty beer cans, and liquor bottles. A reading of 0.08 is legally drunk in the state of Maryland.
American University has already cited the frat in the past for such problems, and now has four active sanctions against Sigma Alpha Epsilon, according to WJLA. These include disciplinary probation, social probation, risk management plan, and notification to headquarter office.
The six frat bros who hosted the party at their house were all charged with 126 counts each of allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor. They also face fines that ring up to $315,000 each. Ironically, all of the bros were also underage, being just 20 years old each.
Hopefully, the legendary party was worth the trouble they’re now all in.