Going to an Ivy League school can be big pressure.
Add on the perils of Division I Lacrosse and you can understand why these ladies just had to blow off some steam.
According to The Daily Pennsylvanian, the Quakers women’s lacrosse team had one hell of a night out at Fado Irish Pub in Philadelphia.
In the email, the bar owner complained that the team members intentionally broke facilities such as a light fixture which caused a “broken glass hazard.” The students also allegedly stole a bottle of liquor from the bar and attempted to steal a six-pack of beer. Neff claimed that the lacrosse players also smoked marijuana in the bathroom and exposed a young woman’s genitals to the “adulation of the rest of the party.” They also allegedly tipped less than 4 percent on the $1,300 tab.
That’s right, the soon to be career women only left a $52 tip.
Thankfully for those ladies, the bar owner is filing a report with police.
“We want people to have fun. We are happy that people come out,” Neff said. “But that was well above and beyond [the standard] of normal behavior.
“They broke the light fixture, and they literally cheered about it — ‘yeah!’ — are you kidding?”
Neff has not filed a police report and does not plan to do so. “We don’t know any individual who broke anything, it was a group. We were not able to single out anyone,” he said. However, Neff is asking the University to help compensate for the damage to the bar.