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Man Writes Epic Letter To AirBnB For Sending ‘XXX Freak Fest’ To His Home

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Julian Sonny

AirBNB is a unique service that allows people to rent out their apartments and rooms to complete strangers in exchange for some quick cash. However, AirBNB cannot specify what types of inappropriate and lude acts sometimes transpire in the residence once the deal goes through.

A man by the name of Ari was pretty upset about what he found in his home, and proceeded to post this hilarious letter to the company’s CEO, Brian Chesky, on Tumblr.

You just sent a porn sex fest into my apartment, and now I’ve got over $87,076 in losses. I had to call 911 and have these “XXX Freak Fest” people removed from my apartment, my super is having me evicted by my landlord, and I do not feel safe here anymore since hundreds of people got a text saying there’s an XXX sex fest in my apartment and continue showing up, according to the doormen who I’ll  never be able to look in the face again.

The dirty details go from bad to worst at breakneck speed. The open invitation alone, which was released on Twitter for the event, is comic gold.

But wait just a second, it gets better! The AirBnB customer who hosted the sex fest originally posted this bogus message, claiming that they needed a place to house their brother and sister in law who were visiting for a wedding that weekend.

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Yeah, there was no wedding. Ari continues:

I do not believe among the 18 large, heavyset men and women who were in informal attire gathered in my apartment, disassembling my furniture, (and those who kept appearing outside on the street, barred from the building by my very disturbed superintendent) that there were any brothers or “sister in law”s preparing for a wedding.

At the end of the day, Ari doesn’t seem too upset that random strangers were f*cking all over his apartment. However, he was clearly mad about the damage done to his belongings and reputation. Oh yeah, and the fact that he’s getting evicted.

I enjoy a “Festival” as much as the next fellow, but this is a family building and some people don’t enjoy having their neighbor’s worldly possessions tossed in a pile into the common area, while a group of strangers form a pile to have their private areas tossed. As such, I’m going to be evicted.

Now that’s what I call “a sticky situation.”


The full letter can be found below:

Dear Brian and the AirBNB team,

Usually I am a fan of your service. However, I have a minor bone to pick with you, in that it appears my apartment was reserved for some major boning. Also, it appears some stuffed animals were abused. We’ll get to the damage to my furniture and belongings – but first you’re gonna love this:

You just sent a porn sex fest into my apartment, and now I’ve got over $87,076 in losses. I had to call 911 and have these “XXX Freak Fest” people removed from my apartment, my super is having me evicted by my landlord, and I do not feel safe here anymore since hundreds of people got a text saying there’s an XXX sex fest in my apartment and continue showing up, according to the doormen who I’ll  never be able to look in the face again.

This individual, “David”, said he was hosting his “brother and sister in law” for a “wedding” when in fact he was hosting a “XXX Freak Fest” as shown here in this twitter “tweet”: https://twitter.com/TWINN_GREEN/status/444588658742796289

That’s my apartment!

Notice how he fails to mention the “XXX Freak Fest” when he writes:

“Hey,

I am looking for a place for my brother and sister in law who visiting for a wedding this weekend. I just don’t have the space for them.”

You will notice that “David” gave AirBNB (and me via AirBNB) a certain cell phone number where he could be reached. The same cell phone number is seen here to call “TWINN”  for the location of a “BBW PANTY RAID PARTY” in a post by “The Black Dr. Ruth”. (You have to respect her “old fashionness” in the use of touch-tone phone and monochrome film. )

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Ms. “Munch Da Mouth”, as this “Dr. Ruth” is known (I am unsure if she has a PhD or MD? Perhaps she is a Chiropractor – you can’t trust those folks.) is an “aspiring adult literary author”, and I wish her luck conquering words like, “back ground”.

I do not believe among the 18 large, heavyset men and women who were in informal attire gathered in my apartment, disassembling my furniture, (and those who kept appearing outside on the street, barred from the building by my very disturbed superintendent) that there were any brothers or “sister in law”s preparing for a wedding.

I would think a good way to annoy a sister-in-law is to involve her in an “XXX Freak Fest”. But, you know, in-laws!

Anyway, the issue at hand is my home and my things.

Let’s start with “things” which were broken, disassembled and moved into the back alley behind my apartment and tossed on dirty, wet tar, because it apparently takes a maximum amount of space for a, “XXX Freak Fest”.

Among the things you will need to replace & damages you’ll need to cover:

[redacted for safety and privacy]

Now here’s the bigger deal: I’m being evicted and I’m unsafe.

I enjoy a “Festival” as much as the next fellow, but this is a family building and some people don’t enjoy having their neighbor’s worldly possessions tossed in a pile into the common area, while a group of strangers form a pile to have their private areas tossed. As such, I’m going to be evicted.

You’re going to pay my moving expenses, because my landlord is certainly going to make me move after an “XXX Freak Fest” (and I can’t look these guys in the eye after this either).

You sent an “XXX Freak Fest” into my home and told me it was a “Verified” person with positive reviews. I had to call the police, and I will file a report.

This can no longer be my home. The stress and fear that a large band of “XXX Freak Fest” individuals have my address and keys to my home is unreal and my friend (who helped me carry my wet and dirty stuff back into the apartment (I don’t even want to know how it’s wet) was even too afraid to stay here and encouraged me to leave. The super is also working to have me evicted.

All because I trusted AirBNB that this individual was a “Verified” member with multiple positive reviews (which I now suspect are fake or unaware of how their home was raped).

Ari


Top Photo Courtesy: AirBNB

Julian Sonny

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