In Jacksonville, Florida, a rowdy house party, shut down by police, moved to a nearby Wal-Mart, on Saturday night.
According to The Florida Times-Union, officers were called at 10 p.m. on a report of a "large house party." As police were clearing the scene, an officer found a gunshot victim who had been shot in the right leg as he was leaving the party.
After the house party was broken up by police, hundreds of its teens ignited a flash mob at a nearby Wal-Mart Supercenter and caused havoc that was recorded on video (below), and posted on YouTube.
The flash mob only lasts about three minutes on YouTube, but apparently lasted longer as people are seen riding in shopping carts, throwing items and mugging for the camera.
Gunshots were apparently fired into the air outside the store, but no cars or people were hit, according to the police report.