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British Police appeal for witnesses after hundreds of teenagers turn up to house party

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After a party invitation was purportedly circulated on social media, hundreds of youngsters in Worthing, West Sussex, had to be ejected from the area, reports Sky.

On Friday night, police were summoned to complaints of between 100 and 200 individuals acting in an antisocial manner outside of a home on Poulters Lane.

Residents said that someone had assaulted their cars on the street, and later that night, an 18-year-old male was hospitalised after being attacked on South Street, Tarring.

The Sussex Police are requesting that anybody who witnessed the attack get in touch with them, reports Sky.

It’s thought that the celebration spiralled out of hand after information was made public on Facebook, inviting hundreds of people who weren’t invited.

Hundreds of youngsters who look to be in secondary school are shown in pictures and videos posted on social media waiting around outside the house after making an effort to access the party, reports Sky.

Worthing is a beach town on the south coast, near to Brighton, home to about 110,000 people.

A spokesman for Sussex Police said: “Police were called to reports of a group of around 100 to 200 people causing anti-social behaviour following a party at an address in Poulters Lane, Worthing at 8.30pm on Friday (23 February). Officers were quickly on scene and a Section 34 Dispersal Order was authorised, giving officers and designated police staff the power to disperse individuals behaving in an anti-social manner,” reports Sky.

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