Things got a little out of hand at a party at West Chester University over the weekend. Er, okay, check that. Make that very out of hand. As you can see in the video above, police had to be called to a home in West Chester, Pa. after a large group of college-aged kids flipped a 2002 Pontiac Trans Am that was parked outside during the party. There's been no word as to why they did it. But the owner of the car told a local ABC affiliate that he had just received the car as a gift from his father, who died of cancer recently.

"It was his car," the owner said. "He gave it to me and told me I could have it before he died and they flipped it. It's pretty terrible. They're selfish people."

Damn, that's sad. Police have already arrested two people connected with the incident. But they say that there could be more arrests to come in the near future.

[via ABC]