Before leading cops on a city-wide manhunt, Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was busy partying it up with friends in a college dorm room … this just two days after his deadly attack on the Boston Marathon.
The bombs went off on Monday and while law enforcement poured over photos searching for a lead, Tsarnaev went back to his dorm at UMass Dartmouth and acted like a regular non-terrorist college kid, according to the Boston Globe.
He reportedly slept in his dorm, went to the gym and then partied Wednesday night with pals from his intramural soccer team. A student source told the paper, “He was just relaxed.”
The 19-year-old even tweeted before the shin-dig … “I”m a stress-free kind of guy.”
But by Friday, Tsarnaev”s face was plastered over every media outlet, the UMass campus went into lockdown mode, his brother — the other bombing suspect — had been shot dead and Tsarnaev was finally captured … after an intense stand-off with police, which left him wounded.
He remains in serious condition.