Watch: Florida Dudes Break Into Mansion to Hold Negro Amateur Boxing Match, Upload Videos to Social Media

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Florida teens break into an $8M mansion throwing a wild party and hosting a boxing match..!! https://t.co/lGblS8qmT6 pic.twitter.com/VA2vLnjd4c

— Joshua Jered (@Joshuajered) June 22, 2022

Police: Teens broke into $8M Florida mansion, held boxing matches during house party #news pic.twitter.com/fZVE3djJzB

— Global News Aggregate (@AggregateGlobal) June 22, 2022

Imagine filming yourself committing a crime and sharing the video all over social media.

Fight Club remake – starring will Smith’s gay son as Narrator and that bluegum from Disney Star Wars as Tyler Durden. Space Moses as Marla.

New York Post:

Florida authorities are giving teens and young adults a chance to “come clean” after breaking into an $8 million home, throwing a wild house party and posting videos on social media showing the rowdy scene.

The Walton County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were called early Saturday to a home on Blackwater Street in unincorporated master-planned community of Watercolor, near Seaside, for a noise complaint.

Upon the deputies’ arrival, most of the partygoers had left the scene, but videos circulating on Snapchat, Instagram and other social media platforms revealed to law enforcement how revelers had set up a boxing match in the mansion’s foyer. Several partygoers recorded large crowds blaring music and downing alcohol.

“An open house party is against the law,” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post Monday, sharing videos of the party highlights. “An open house party in a home you break into is a burglary.”

Authorities described how homeowners gave no consent to the party and seemingly had no connection to the young people who took it upon themselves to break in and throw the massive bash.

“Apart from the damage caused and the items stolen, it’s a complete violation of someone’s home that you can’t put a price on. The feeling when you know someone went into your closet, tried on your clothes, and used your bathroom doesn’t have a dollar amount attached to it,” the sheriff’s office wrote. “Especially in a place where you’re supposed to feel safe.”

The sheriff’s office warned that Snapchat is not private and can be subpoenaed. The post included several images take from Snapchat showing a large crowd smiling for pictures with drinks in hand. One photo showed a male taking a selfie wearing a handful of gold rings he found in the home.

Videos show the majority of cheering onlookers had their phones drawn and recorded the boxing match as two young males, equipped with boxing gloves, took swings at one another in the foyer. Another video shared by the sheriff’s office takes a different tone once deputies arrived, as the partygoers started to flee.
This was white kids hosting it.



What even is this?

Like, I don’t even understand. Were they trying to get put in jail? Or is there just a growing sense that you can do whatever you want and there won’t be any consequences – even if you’re white?



How is this not the single stupidest thing anyone has ever done?

I mean, I can sort of see doing it before the age of cellphones. It’s impossible to arrest an entire party of this size, and it wouldn’t be clear who the organizers were before the cops showed up. But these dudes purposefully put the video online, then took photos of theft, then failed to dispose of stolen goods.

Frankly, young white men committing ridiculous, stupid crimes is probably a positive sign, as it shows that no one is taking the system seriously anymore.

Maybe they were celebrating #juneteenth2022

— theamerican1733 (@theamerican1733) June 21, 2022

Kids these days just will never understand the thrill of throwing a party without social media to aid them in getting their asses canned.

— RedneckGay (@RedneckGay88) June 22, 2022

Geez Louise. If you’re break the law at least don’t be stupid while doing so.

— The Culture Watch (@CultureWatch22) June 22, 2022

Didn’t Hollywood make movies about doing this hmmmmm

— Seddley Parrish (@ParrishSeddley) June 22, 2022

No fix for Stupid

— Dominant Phrygian (@Syncopaste) June 22, 2022

This is a special kind of stupid.

— cryptonomad (@pevzmx) June 22, 2022

Taking Project X to the next level

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Just like when Weimar Germany started breaking down in weird and disgusting ways that nobody at the time could have anticipated, the social collapse of Weimerica will be similarly bizarre and inexplicable.
 

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Stupidity aside, breaking into a mansion to throw a party and host amateur boxing matches is pretty based.
If you’re so rich that you can afford to have your $8 million home but are too stupid or cheap to have some kind of private security while you leave it unattended long enough for a bunch of hoodrats to find out, you deserve to come home to this.
 

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Or is there just a growing sense that you can do whatever you want and there won’t be any consequences – even if you’re white?
I've been feeling it for a while, frankly. Obviously if you record yourself committing a crime, post it online and it goes viral you'll get caught because the work is already done for them, but there's so much crime now, and so much of it goes unresolved especially if you live in an urban area.
 

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There’s a strong possibility the “house guest” hosted or advertised the party. The house is up for sale, but the family rarely lives there due to making way too much money. If they actually were concerned, they would have locked everything, but instead they are upset the party got posted online and embarrassed them to the other rich people who own (not live) in the neighborhood. Highly likely it’s an insurance scam too
 

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I've been feeling it for a while, frankly. Obviously if you record yourself committing a crime, post it online and it goes viral you'll get caught because the work is already done for them, but there's so much crime now, and so much of it goes unresolved especially if you live in an urban area.
Also Florida.
 

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Stupidity aside, breaking into a mansion to throw a party and host amateur boxing matches is pretty based.
And letting your biggest slaves fight each other is very classy in an old fashioned kinda way.
 

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One of the kids had a picture holding up 5 rings. To me looked like superbowl or other championship style rings. Those cost a lot. Who leaves them around?
 

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Once again, Europeans prove much more professional at organizing illegal backyard fights than Amerimutts.

If you haven't already checked out the King Of The Streets YouTube channel, do it now. The organisers are not dumb drunk kids but a group of Swedish football hooligans and they host fights between hooligans from across Europe, usually in hangars or disaffected factories. It's a true fight club, as the rules are the original vale tudo, or "anything goes". For some reason, Poles are over represented in these fights.


Edit : should be of interest to our resident martial artist @Astral-Pepe , if he's still around.
 
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