TWO British parents were left with a ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â£20,000 ($48,000) bill after a party advertised by their teenage daughter on the MySpace social networking site attracted hundreds of revellers who trashed their home. Despite warnings from her mother not to have "any kids or drink in the house" while her parents went on a caravan holiday, 17-year-old Rachel Bell advertised her "Skins"-themed party, after a British television series about promiscuous, drug-taking teenagers, on MySpace for Easter Monday. She expected about 30 or 40 people to arrive, but instead more than 200 invaded the house in Woodstone Village, County Durham. Some carried what neighbours described as "a suitcase full of alcohol", wreaking mayhem in the quiet town. Rachel's parents, Alan and Elaine, returned home the following day to find plastic buckets filled with vomit, cigarette butts littered throughout the house, and Mrs Bell's wedding dress pulled out from a wardrobe and urinated on. "It's worse than a burglary, I can't believe it," Mrs Bell said. "Whoever has come in here are worse than animals, it's like house rape. They've been sick everywhere, urinated and trashed the house. It will take a month for it to be professionally cleaned and we are having to stay in temporary accommodation."