What drunkenly climbs up must drunkenly fall down.
Here's something you should know about wooden sheds: they are designed to hold things inside of them, while their roofs are supposed to resist the weight of raindrops and air. Do you know what weighs more than raindrops and air? Drunk-ass California Polytechnic State University students, more than 30 of whom climbed on top of this small backyard shed/garage/whatever-it-was-it's-gone-now during a massive, 1,000-person-strong "St. Fratty's Day" party in San Luis Obispo, California.
SLO Fire units on scene of building collapse by Cal Poly pic.twitter.com/oM2oSUNQFg
— SLO City Fire (@SLO_City_Fire) March 7, 2015
There were 8 minor injuries in this event, including one "large wood splinter" that pierced a student's leg. I wish them all full and speedy recoveries, but mostly I wish them the wisdom to never get 30 people on top of a small wooden shed again. Since they're all Polytechnic students, maybe they can get an engineering credit from this learning experience.
Collapse occurred at scene of party on Hathaway attended by over 1000 students. 7 students were injured. pic.twitter.com/H0EnEHEEaK— SLO City Fire (@SLO_City_Fire) March 7, 2015