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Police in Tallinn apprehended 42 drunk youngsters at a party on the weekend.

Police were called to a location very close to the police headquarters in Tallinn on Saturday evening, and had to break the door to get to the premises, the police said in a press release on Monday.

Of the 122-strong crowd celebrating a birthday, 102 were below the legal drinking age of 18, of whom 42 were drunk. The guilty group was marched to a police station to wait for their parents.

One 16-year-old needed medical assistance due to her high level of intoxication.



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