Thousands of Facebook users attend German teen’s birthday party, after invitation made public (Video)

By on Jun 6, 2011 in Europe, Internet, Lifestyle, Parenting, Weird Comments

Thousands of Facebook users attended a teen’s birthday party on Friday, June 3, 2011 in Germany, only hours after the invitation was listed as “public” at Facebook.



German police tries to control thousands of
“invited” Facebook guests to a teen’s birthday party

Image Credit: AlJazeeraEnglish/YouTube

As shown in news video below by Al-Jazeera on Sunday, around 15,000 people accepted the online invitation and went to the house of a 16-year old girl in Hamburg to attend her birthday party.

According to international news sites, the German teen girl named Thessa has deleted the Facebook party invitation after she realized her mistake, but was ignored by her “friends”.

The birthday party was scheduled in the evening, but thousands of “birthday-greeters” arrived in the early afternoon, as the poor birthday girl went into hiding.

Apparently, local police arrived in the area as the “invited guests” began to be out of control and made the occasion more like a summer party rather than a birthday celebration.

Meanwhile, reports say 11 people were taken into custody for alleged damage to property and violent acts, with around 100 policemen came to control the situation.

Nevertheless, Hamburg State Police spokesman Mirko Streiber told reports that the incident is probably the “largest unorganized birthday party ever”.


“Invited” Facebook users attend German teen’s birthday party
Video Credit: AlJazeeraEnglish/YouTube



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