Teens allegedly drug parents' milkshakes to surf the Web after curfew1/3/2013
Losing Wi-Fi access is seriously annoying, but drugging your parents to surf the Internet? A Rocklin, Calif., 15-year-old and her friend have been booked into Placer County Juvenile Hall after allegedly serving her parents sleeping pill-laced milkshakes to sidestep the household's 10 p.m. Internet cutoff time. After downing about a quarter of the shakes, the parentals were out cold, leaving the girls to browse to their heart's content. A legal advice search would have been wise; when the parents woke up feeling suspiciously groggy, they picked up some $5 drug test kits and tested themselves. A quick call to the cops, and the girls were hauled off. No word on Internet access at juvie. [Source]
Click to see more on msnNOW.com, updated 24 hours a day.
What do you think these parents should have done?