KATWIJK, Dec 06 (BBC): It began as a Snapchat message from a 15-year-old girl to all her friends to come to her birthday party on Friday in the small Dutch town of Katwijk.
But her plans turned into a nightmare when one of them posted the invite on Facebook and prompted interest from thousands of people nationwide.
The mayor said the party was hijacked. The girl has reportedly gone into hiding - and her party is cancelled.
Police feared a repeat of a Dutch party that went viral and ended in rioting.
Crowds of up to 4,000 people had to be broken up by riot police in September 2012, when a girl shared an invitation to her 16th birthday party in the northern town of Haren, but set the event on Facebook to public.
"Friday party at my place, everyone welcome. If you're coming, please let me know and who you're bringing."
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