The university students who hosted an out-of-control St Patrick’s Day party in Keiraville have received a final warning against hosting any such events in future or their lease will be terminated.
A dozen police cars, including the dog squad, were sent to the party on Robsons Road on Monday night after more than 300 revellers showed up. Police issued multiple ‘‘move-on’’ orders during the night, but no-one was arrested.
The Mercury reported the story on Wednesday, including comments by partygoer Josh Maheady, who said the party was harmless.
Director of Clayton Real Estate Tim Bartlett said the occupants of the rented house had been told to apologise to their neighbours.
‘‘We have issued today a letter to them of final warning to say that if any of this happens again, their lease is going to be terminated,’’ he said.
‘‘These guys have been grilled by us and obviously ... we’ve done everything to make sure they will not do this again.’’
Mr Bartlett said the landlord of the property had also been informed.