“Post-Concert Drug Orgy Mob Nightmare” at Williamsburg Waterfront

In an open letter to Open Space Alliance, a Williamsburg Waterfront resident is reporting blatant drug abuse outside last weekend’s Widespread Panic show. Despite her attempt at calling police attention to the “hundreds of people” gathering around nitrous oxide balloon sellers, the “lawless drug nightmare” continued unabated.

Although no arrests were made, police found three empty nitrous oxide containers and are allegedly investigating. According to The Brooklyn Paper, while this was the first instance of nitrous oxide abuse officers discovered at the Waterfront series, residents have complained of similar incidents outside Brooklyn Bowl six months ago.

Need visuals? Watch part one of the concerned resident’s nine-part “post-concert drug orgy mob nightmare” video series below:

Luckily, locals will get a small reprieve from all that merrymakin’ after Fleet Foxes and The Walkmen close out the 2011 Waterfront series this Saturday, September 24.

Comments

  1. Whaaaaaat! That’s right in front of Hotel Williamsburg my goodness, Nitrous oxide that’s crazy O.O

  2. whippet good

  3. Umm… this is not a Brooklyn problem, it’s Widespread Panic… get your facts straight…

  4. The Nitrous Mafia…

  5. Nort 7th steez hustla says:

    where are they getting tanks, i want one!

  6. KeepTheConcerts says:

    Don’t let the local hysteric kill the music. Vote:
    http://gothamist.com/2011/09/21/concert_attendees_claim_there_was_n.php

  7. Gotta say. I don’t have an issue with the NO, but I can’t imagine having to deal with all those ridiculously inconsiderate self-centered d-bags. This is why I moved away from the waterfront. Isn’t it nice that these spoiled 20-somethings’ mommies and daddies send them to play on the northside streets? Ugh. I feel for the residents there…

  8. OVER it. Next post…yawn.

  9. Stay Classy, Williamsburg.

  10. The east river concert days are limited, and this stuff will just make it happen sooner than later.

    Expect kid’s playgrounds to replace the stage – diapers and strollers already dominate the neighborhood.

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