Dozens of rampaging youths trashed a Wawa comfort retailer in northeast Philadelphia Saturday evening — hurling meals and drinks at each other as one belligerent younger girl twerked on a counter, video of the chaos reveals.
The rowdy group of about 100 younger folks have been captured on video — shot inside the chain location at 7001 Roosevelt Blvd. — as they ransacked the store at about 8:20 p.m. and recorded the pandemonium on their telephones.
An worker filming the wild scene from behind a sandwich counter within the retailer could be heard scolding the vandals.
“You’re all silly,” he mentioned within the video. “For actual. You’re all silly, ugly, broke.”
A video of the aftermath reveals the shop fully torn aside. The ground is roofed with gadgets pulled off cabinets, spilled drinks and trash.
The unruly crowd additionally broke a number of cabinets on the store, in keeping with the footage.
The lawlessness apparently continued into the shop parking zone the place the vandals have been caught yelling, cursing and combating each other, the video reveals.
Philadelphia police mentioned they responded to the scene and located roughly 100 juveniles contained in the Wawa, stealing and damaging retailer merchandise. The officers dispersed the group, however made no arrests.
There have been no reported accidents, cops mentioned.
The youths unleashed anarchy contained in the comfort retailer as crime surges throughout the City of Brotherly Love.
As of Sept. 18, property crimes surged a whopping 32% from the identical interval final yr and violent crimes have been up practically 7%.
Saturday’s vandalism mirrors an identical incident at an area enterprise within the Germantown part of Philly final month.
In early August, a wild mob of teenagers trashed a Jamaican restaurant, Zion Cuisine, and tried to hurt its workers. The group flipped tables, threw chairs and different objects at staff and shattered a safety glass contained in the eatery, video reveals.