JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - When police broke up a weekend house party in Jacksonville, Fla., the party continued at a nearby Walmart Supercenter.
Jacksonville Sheriff's officials say hundreds of young people caused havoc in Walmart Saturday night. A three-minute video posted on YouTube shows the "flash mob" of teens tossing produce, riding in shopping carts and mugging for the camera.
Walmart spokeswoman Dianna Gee said store officials are reviewing the video. She says employees did as they were trained by steering clear of the chaos and calling 911.
Police say officers were called to a home earlier Saturday to help with crowd control when a party got out of hand. As the partygoers left, many headed to the store about two miles away.
The damage to the store was minimal.
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