‘Project X’ party shutdown by police after thousands of people show up
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A huge party had to be shutdown by police after hundreds and hundreds of people showed up to attend.
The jam-packed event is being likened to 'Project X' due to the colossal turn out of attendees, with heaps of attendees spilling out into the street, neighbouring gardens and even a petrol station.
With that many people there it was definitely bad news for whoever's house got crashed. Check it out:
The iconic Project X film first hit our screens back in 2012 and has since achieved a cult-like status after being regarded as one of the wildest party plots.
Not bad for an American high school party flick which is now over a decade old.
However, it seems that it's not only America that can boast 'epic' nights out in which 'dreams are ruined, records are blemished, and legends are born,' according to the film's synopsis.
An uncanny soiree of 'awesomeness' has since made its way to none other than Morden, South London, with footage of the insane party being posted online late last week (4 March).
One of the many party-goers, Kayla, took to TikTok to share footage of the massive turn out.
She captioned the short clip with just the trending hashtags of 'projectxparty' and 'projectx'.
The video begins with the viral sound: "And this is Project X, yo," before showing a compilation of photos and clips of hundreds packing a whole street and spilling into a petrol station.
The footage also shows dozens sardine-packed into a tiny room alongside an entire back garden full of people which will definitely be in dire need of some astro turf after the whole ordeal.
Police cars attempting to shutdown the festival-sized event can also be spotted a few times in the video.
Authorities were eventually able to close off the 'next level' event just before midnight, ITV reports.
The video, only posted a matter of days ago, has since wracked up over 320,000 views on the platform with hundreds eager to share their reactions to the party.
Many were quick to send out 'RIP' messages for the house that got crashed with one TikTok user writing: "Whoever’s house this was RIP."
Others, however, couldn't wait for the next event and even put their gaff forward for the potential venue.
"I’m throwing the next one," a second posted, while another wrote: "Next one [is] at mine."
Some clearly saw many similarities between the London street party and the festivities of Project X, with one person commenting: "MAKING A PROJECT X MOTIVE."
While some noted that the UK motive definitely wasn't the same as the iconic film: "The UK cannot throw house parties like the US and that's facts."
Maybe it's because there was no outdoor swimming pool?