Dutch police investigate the cause of the unrest after thousands of people flooded the small town of Haren party invitation widely disseminated through Facebook.
Incident began when a young woman sent the invitation to the 16th anniversary on Facebook.
A birthday planned to be celebrated on a small scale with my friends, but the teen did not include an invitation to the “personal” in his Facebook account.
As a result, about 3,000 people flooded the town of Haren, a city with a population of less than 19,000 in habitants, near Groningen, on Friday night (21/09).
“She was sending invitations via Facebook to she friends, her friends, send invitations toother friends and soon the invitation spread everywhere on the internet,” said police spokesman Groningen, Melanie Zwama was quoted as saying by AFP news agency.
Set of people attacked police at the scene.
When people begin to flood Haren, the party immediately canceled and the teenager fled from her home.
Local police called on citizens not to come to Haren. Yet at least 3,000 people were still coming.
Hundreds of police were deployed to secure the situation and ensure that theydo not get into the shelter birthday girl.
Police later subjected to mass rioting and pelted with bottles,rocks and flower pots.
Some rioters damaging and looting shops in the area. Some of them burned cars and damaged light poles and streetsigns.
At least six people were injured and 20 people arrested.