What's an electro-foam party? Beats us, but it sounds dangerous.
If the video below from the event is any indication, it's a celebration of bros and neon where everyone pretends they're having sex in a washing machine.
According to NewsNet5, several hundred teens ages 16-19 gathered at the Grantwood Golf Course in Solon for one such electro-foam party. The problem, as tends to happen at teen gatherings: some dabbled in sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll, and by rock 'n roll we mean alcohol.
Five were arrested for underage consumption or possession, and five adults were cuffed as well. Police still don't know who arranged the party, which is probably a good sign that the anonymous foam-master knows how to throw a party. So secretive. Where's the next one? Are we invited? Do we have to wear a tank top, or is that optional?
Click on over for the details, or watch the video below, or do neither and just shake your head like a fuddy-duddy.
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