Seven teens detained for throwing water, eggs at cars

By MELANIE LIDMAN
May 27, 2012 21:02

 
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Seven teenagers aged 15-16 from the Jerusalem neighborhood of Kiryat Yovel were detained on Sunday during the Shavuot holiday for throwing bags of water and eggs at cars.

One woman was lightly injured when she lost control of her car after the teenagers pelted bags of water at her car and she slammed into the car in front of her.

Shavuot is known as the "water holiday" and many kids take to the streets with water guns and water balloons to celebrate.

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