Out-of-Control Teen Incident at Katy Water Park Still Reverberating
It's an old adage among police, government officials and entertainment promoters that wherever five or more teenagers are gathered without parental supervision on a weekend night, trouble soon follows. Especially in the summertime.
True to form, it happened Saturday night at Typhoon Texas, a water park in Katy in what was ostensibly a Christian "lock-in" for teenagers.
Despite the "praise-worthy" intentions, things got out of hand. Sorry to be cynical but with 3000 teenagers, how could it not?
A Christian rapper who had been scheduled to perform took this video with his phone:
Whose brilliant idea was this? Even praising the almighty isn't going to stop every teenager from doing what teenagers do.
Ultimately, the park - which merely rented the facility for the event - declared everybody out of the pool, event over. Sunday, they issued this statement:
Advice to the do-gooders of the world: just stay away from teen events. Nothing good can happen.