Some students in Maryland, USA have discovered that it's possible for the air to test positive for alcohol after they threw a 'Tequila Tuesday' rager.
Pissed off neighbours called the cops after about 70 people attended the frat party at a private university based in Washington DC.
Three cops showed up after receiving the noise complaints, finding bin bags and insultation over the windows. When breathalysing the air of the house, the police registered a 0.01 BAC (Blood Alcohol Content), which isn't enough to make it too drunk to drive, but is bloody impressive nonetheless.
Six young guys who admitted to living in the house have been charged with 126 counts each of allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor. They could to face fines of up to US$315,000 according to court documents.
That's a solid effort boys. You know it's a rager when even the air is pissed.