A total of 14 students were arrested on Sunday night in Homa Bay town for underage drinking.
The students who are below 18 years of age were arrested in the club while dressed in civilian clothes when attended the club.
The pupils who hailed from different schools in Homa Bay County are between class seven to form three.
Eyewitnesses said the pupils disguise themselves in their attire to prevent people from knowing their identity.
“They started entering the club from 5pm and when it reached 8pm they begun taking bottles of alcoholic drinks,” the witness said.
A teacher, Ben Otieno said some of the pupils were misbehaving under influence of alcohol.
“Most of them made noise outside the club before they attracted attention of the public. Some of them were seen removing their clothes in the process of dancing in the club,” he said.
The teacher said a resident tipped the police who apprehended the pupils after they realized their behavour was becoming out of hand.
Area OCPD Esau Ochorokodi confirmed arresting the pupils and said they are holding them in Homa Bay police station.
The police boss added they will charge them in court once investigations over their conduct is complete.
“We arrested them they were in the club illegally. They could not produce their Identity cards hence they are considered as minors,” Ochorokodi said.
Ochorokodi said they had arrested the club manager too for allowing minor in the club.
“Serious action will be taken against the club manager because permitting underage persons in a club is outlawed,” he added.
Some parents thronged the police station to demand whereabouts of their children.
“My daughter who is in form three left home on Thursday evening but I have been informed she was arrested. I wonder why children of these days misbehave,” one of the parent told journalists.