Air Inside Frat House Registered 0.01 On Breathzlyzer

Road safety : embarked breathalizer

If the phrase "fraternity party" doesn't conjure up images of young adults chugging beers and playing beer pong, you're among the minority. Police in Bethesda, Maryland were called to a rental home after neighbors complained about a party at the residence. Police say the house is occupied by six 20-year-old members of the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon's American University chapter. There was so much booze at the party that the air inside the house registered a 0.01 on a Breathalyzer. Since the six residents refused to tell police where they got the booze for their party (dubbed "Tequila Tuesday Hoy a las 22:00" on Facebook), they were each charged with 126 counts of allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor. (UPI)

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