Startling news coming out of North Dunedin last weekend, as reports have surfaced saying that a notorious party terrorist hijacked the aux cord at a student on Saturday night.
Senior Constable Vince Wilson said that the perpetrator got ahold of the cord at roughly 1:30am, and promptly began playing music that killed the vibe of the whole night.
“It’s a tragedy really, thinking about all the vibes that were lost that night.”
The suspect, under indefinite name suppression, was taken away by police after cueing up a playlist that included bands like Nine Inch Nails, Alice in Chains and Rage Against the Machine.
“No-one’s saying that these are bad bands – not by any stretch of the imagination. But our suspect played these songs with no regard for the party’s vibe or the vibe of anyone else in the room.”
“He’ll be going away for a long time.”
Notorious music snobs ‘The Purists’ have taken credit for the night, and in a statement called for the cancellation of the upcoming ‘Pink’ and Shania Twain concerts.
“Pfft... mainstream music? More like LAMEstream!”