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Tyler Steinhardt, 22, is facing 110 counts of providing alcohol to minors after a party. Steinhardt leases a house in Bethesda, Md., for the Pi Kappa Alpha, an off-campus fraternity associated with the American University in Washington D.C. Police say there was so much beer in the house, it was seeping through the floor into the basement. Of about 275 attendees, more than 100 were underage, and all were cited for illegal drinking. There were so many people in the house the air temperature was estimated in the range of 100 degrees (37 C), and a Breathalyzer measured the ambient air at an alcohol content of .09 percent. (RC/WUSA Washington D.C.) ...It might be surprising that the house itself is drunk, but then again, it is a frat house.
Original Publication Date: 27 March 2016
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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