Dad Claims He Slept Through House Party I love sleeping. Let’s get that out of the way first. Sleep may be the very best, along with cupcakes, kittens, and reading really good books. I’m not trying to sleep-shame anyone here, because I love sleep and I would marry sleep if I could and it is my best friend. That being said, as much as I love sleep I am terrible at doing it, I rarely sleep and I wake up very easily. Which is why I have such a hard time buying the story from this dad in Winter Park, Florida, who claims he slept through a banger that his 16-year-old daughter hosted at their house, with over 100 attendees. When the police arrived at the home teens fled the scene except for five of them who were so messed up they had to be taken by ambulance to the hospital, including the home owner’s own kid. From WFTV.com:

Steve Miller, whose daughter hosted the party, told Channel 9’s Anthony DiLorenzo that he was sleeping during the party.

“If my daughter told me they were going to have alcohol I wouldn’t have permitted it,” Miller said. “I didn’t see any drugs.”

 

DUDE. Come on dude. If your teen says they are going to have a party, chances are it will include alcohol, unless you actually stay awake during the party to chaperone. I can’t think of any parent who would host a mess of teens at their house and not check in on them on occasion. But I’m thinking good ‘ol Steve here is not the most involved parent:

WFTV learned narcotics detectives also tested for synthetic drug use using instant test kits.

Early results came back negative.

“I don’t know what Molly is. The police were saying that and I’m going, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about,’” Miller said.

 

A dad of a teen who sleeps through a party of 100 and has no clue that molly is the common slang term for MDMA? Aye yi yi.

Reports claim that some of the teens were mixing Xanax and booze. You can watch how totally clueless the father is below.

I’m not sure how the dad could have slept through any of this. Being a parent sucks because you actually have to actively parent your kids, and check in on them when they are hosting parties at your house. I’m hoping Steve learned his lesson.

(Image: WFTV video)