A party degenerated rapidly in Jacksonvile, Florida as one party-goer was shot in the leg. But that wasn't the end of the ruckus. A large number of the people at the party then decided to take over part of a Walmart store, caring little for the customers or workers they harassed.
As reported at Jacksonville.com:
A huge Saturday-night house party broken up by police in a North Jacksonville subdivision ended with one man shot in the leg as he and hundreds of other partygoers fled the officers' arrival.
But the party didn't stop at the home in the 12000 block of Sampson Road, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Hundreds of its teenage partyers ignited a flash mob about 90 minutes later at the Walmart Supercenter at 12100 Lem Turner Road. They took over the produce section and caused havoc that was recorded and posted on YouTube.
Officers were called just before 10 p.m. on a report of a "large house party," calling in more units to provide crowd and traffic control, according to the police report. As police were clearing the scene, an officer was alerted to a gunshot victim at Shands Jacksonville who had been shot in the right leg as he was leaving the party.
Here's what happened next:
Several hundred people who left the "massive house party" moved on to the Walmart about 11:20 p.m., and more shots were fired there, according to a second police report. Officers dispatched to the store found out that it had been mobbed, with produce being thrown. The incident report made no reference to any thefts.
Most of the crowd appeared to be teens on the YouTube video. The flash mob only lasts about three minutes on YouTube, but apparently lasted longer as people are seen riding in shopping carts, throwing items and mugging for the camera.
And this isn't an isolated incident. In Portland, Oregon, another mob of teenagers invaded an Albertsons food store... terrorizing those inside and stealing merchandise.
Here is the report from KGW.com:
What is going on with society?