It's ironic that a site called MySpace is responsible for a bunch of strangers - known in the social-networking scene as "friends" – wrecking someone else's house.
A teenage girl, left in charge of her parents' house while they enjoyed a caravan holiday, advertised a party on her MySpace page.
Calling it the "Let's trash the average family-sized house disco party" probably didn't help, as more than 200 teenagers from across the country descended on the quiet cul-de-sac, causing mayhem on the upmarket County Durham housing estate.
Damage estimated at around £20,000 was caused to the detached house.
The 17-year-old girl's mother said her daughter denied posting that message, but had admitted arranging a party for a smaller number of people.
Every room in the house was ransacked and the girl's mother's wedding dress was urinated on.
Mum described the party as "house rape" and called the revellers "worse than animals".
Party-goers swung from ceiling light fittings, stubbed out cigarettes on the carpet, vomited throughout the house and barricaded the back door to prevent concerned neighbours from intervening.
We can categorically deny that PC Advisor is planning anything similar on its own MySpace page.