We’re invading picturesque seaside town and throwing wild TikTok parties – parents don’t care and council won’t stop us | The Sun

A TEENAGER has lifted the lid on drunken and drug-fuelled TikTok parties being thrown at a picturesque seaside resort – with parents failing to stop them.

The anonymous 18-year-old has told of the wild beach bashes being held in Cornish town Polzeath to the fury of local residents.

He described how parents "don't care" about their youngsters' antics – despite ambulances being called to help "really wasted people", while "drug dealers from London" sell weed, ketamine and cocaine.

He made the claims in an article for the Times, writing under the pseudonym Oscar Bloomsbury, describing how he had been coming to Polzeath for summer parties since the age of 14.

He suggested parents would be "horrified" to learn the extent of drug-taking, CornwallLive reported.

And he said that even CCTV cameras and floodlights put up by council chiefs and beach rangers were not enough to deter outdoor beach party-goers.

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Many come from private schools where they have just finished summer term exams, he said.

The teenager wrote: "I'd say there isn't a single private school kid in the country who doesn't know about Polzeath."

Parents "expect them to have a good time" after "slogging away" at high-pressure private schools, he wrote.

But the youngster added: "I don't think they have any idea about how many drugs are being taken or that a couple of times I have seen ambulances pulling up to help really wasted people.

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"You could hear drug dealers walking through the crowd offering weed, ketamine and cocaine."

And he dubbed this summer's crowds "the TikTok generation", filming videos to share on social media, adding: "Everything is about being loud and wacky.

"Most of the parents don't care. It's like a summer holiday rite of passage."

His words come as Polzeath residents told this week how their area is ruined by tourists who have sex on their beaches.

Two infrared cameras have now been set up to monitor anti-social behaviour.

Locals have also slammed "anti-social" schoolchildren and revellers for littering and vandalising the area.

Volunteers such as Andy Stewart and Bev Samuels have stepped forward to act as beach rangers in response to complaints.

Concerns about partying youngsters causing summer chaos have previously been raised along the Cornish coast in Newquay, which was dubbed "Britain's Magaluf".

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