Police: Drunk teen jumped off 15 meter building for NIS 100

April 26, 2011 20:07


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An NIS 100 bet was enough to convince an intoxicated 14-year-old to jump off a 15 meter rooftop in Yehud police reported on Tuesday.

The teenager was seriously wounded in the fall on Monday night, which police said occurred after the teenager made a wager with his friends that he would jump from the rooftop. Police said the teen and his friends had been drinking at a house party in the building when they made the decision to place the bet.Paramedics who arrived at the scene rushed the teenager to the Shiba Hospital at Tel Hashomer where he was hospitalized in serious condition.

Police are were still investigating the incident and made no arrests as of Tuesday morning.

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