Drunk teens wreck hall at anti-drunk-driving party

Other News Materials 2 December 2008 23:35 (UTC +04:00)

Drunken teenagers wrecked a community hall during a party organized by a New Zealand high school's anti-drunk-driving organisation, a newspaper reported on Wednesday, dpa reported.

The party was organised by the Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD) committee at St Peter's College, Gore, using surplus funds, to celebrate finishing the year's examinations, the Southland Times said.

Windows of the Waimumu hall were smashed, doors kicked in and bottles thrown at passing cars during the party, the paper reported.