Air at Frat Party Registers on Breathalyzer

It’s in the air.

A frat party in suburban Washington D.C. was quite the rager.

The party had been advertised “Tequila Tuesday” online, and neighbors quickly complained about the party.

Police showed up to the party to find so much alcohol that their breathalyzer registered a reading just from the air.

Cops proceeded to rain the house in Bethesda, Md. They found trash, cans, and spilled alcohol everywhere inside. The breathalyzer registered .01 just from the air in the house.

Cops found many underage drinkers, some of whom locked themselves in a bathroom to avoid police, while one even jumped from a second-story window to try to get away.

Six men, Jeffrey Becker, Ashton Acosta, Anthony Santana, Kevin Alkinburg, Matthew Berger and Tristan Ralph, all age 20, were arrested and charged with 126 counts each of allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor. They are members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at American University.