The electronic evidence in this case certainly proved to be entertaining - and very new age. During June, police in Britain have been receiving reports of massive trespassing from homeowners who own pools and have returned home to find the debris from teen pool parties. It turned out that the teens were using Google Earth to identify desirable homes with large pools and then arranging their parties using Facebook and Bebo, leaving digital evidence of their misdeeds behind.
Given the British climate, homes with large pools are a rarity, but the enterprising teens have scoped them out. The new craze is called “dipping” – parties have been arranged at most homes while owners were away on holiday and once while they were sleeping (they woke up to in shock to behold scantily clad, beer-infused teenaged invaders taking over their pool).
In case you wondered, the dress code is formal dress (right up until skinny dipping becomes de rigueur) and it is BYOB (Bring Your Own Bike) – fast getaways being essential.
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