Saturday night, the Stone Avenue Standard apartment complex, at 1800 N. Stone Ave., was the location of one of the largest parties in recent memory, with reports of nearly 1,500 people in attendance, overwhelming security and ending when someone pulled a handgun and fired shots into the air.
Unfortunately, we didn't have anyone on the scene to check out the party in person. But thankfully, the folks at Blacked Out Media were there, recording it all—the girls making out, the guys slamming beer cans against their heads, the handles of booze flowing like water and the hurricane-like aftermath.
If you get a chance, take a look at the description, which reads:
"No alcohol was used in this video, only props"
Uh huh. Handles of "props" purchased at what looked to be an area Sam's Club warehouse.
Wait, hold on:
Police helicopters? Check. 1,500+ people? Check. Insane amounts of alcohol? Check. youtube.com/watch?v=MKnWQx…
— BLACKED OUT MEDIA (@BlackedOutMedia) January 29, 2013
Nice job, guys.
Apparently, there ain't no party like an Aussie Party, 'cause an Aussie Party don't stop—at least, not until someone pulls a gun and fires a few times into the air, which someone helpfully captured on video.
So that's where we're at today. If you happen to have any more info on the party, the folks behind Blacked Out Media, or the YouTube user "ClintAronofsky," who posted and removed the original video of the shooter, send us a note at email@example.com.
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