A Montreal Couple’s Wedding Night Was Ruined By Airbnb Renters Who Had A Coke-Fuelled Orgy

Justine Smith said she threw away the “cum-caked carpet” afterward.

1. A Montreal couple say their wedding night on New Year’s Eve was derailed by Airbnb renters who had a cocaine-fuelled orgy in their apartment.

Justine Smith / Via Facebook

Justine Smith and her husband, Francisco Peres, regularly rent out two rooms in their apartment, but they forgot to disable instant booking that night. Smith told BuzzFeed Canada she called the renters and explained it was their wedding night, but they begged her to reconsider since it would have been difficult to find anywhere else to stay on New Year’s Eve.

“We’ll be super chill,” they promised, according to Smith.

Smith said it was a small wedding with fewer than 20 people in attendance, and they planned to be home later that evening anyway.

The Airbnb renters were an Ottawa couple in their early twenties, Smith said. Another room in their apartment was already being rented by another person, so letting two more people crash for the night didn’t seem like the end of the world.

“We also need the money,” she said.

2. Smith and Peres made it back home around 2:30 a.m. Though their renters were still out on the town, they had left behind a huge mess.

Justine Smith

A short while later, while the newlyweds were in bed, the Ottawa couple returned and could be heard cutting cocaine on the glass table in the living room and snorting it.

“We didn’t want to go, ‘Hey can you not do that?’ It just didn’t seem worth the hassle.”

As the night wore on, though, people could also be heard having sex in the next room.

“Not super loud but we can definitely hear them, and it just wasn’t worth asking them to please not have sex on our couch,” Smith said.

What Smith and Peres didn’t realize, though, was that their renters were no longer alone. They had invited over at least three more people.

3. Smith ventured out into the living room in the morning and found empty cocaine baggies on the table and two naked strangers on her couch. One of them even wished Peres and Smith a happy new year and asked who they were.

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This is when Smith said she finally lost her temper. The newlyweds knocked on the bedroom door and confronted the Ottawa couple, at which point it became clear there was another person in bed with them.

Smith thinks the orgy probably “just kind of happened” without any prior planning, and she said the renters seemed horrified.

“They said things got out of hand. We’re not even sure what their relationship was to the other people, whether they were friends or just people they met while they were out.”

4. The five orgy participants sprung into action and cleaned up the apartment, Smith said. “They did a pretty good job. No deep cleaning, but they did take out all the garbage and moved the furniture back. I was pretty impressed.”

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One of the casualties of the night, unfortunately, was a rug in the living room where most of the night’s action had gone down. Smith later described it as a “cum-caked carpet” that was beyond saving.

“Our relationship with the carpet was never going to be the same,” she said.

Smith said Airbnb offered to pay for the ruined rug and any other cleaning costs, as well as compensate them for the extra, uninvited guests who had spent the night.

5. By 11 a.m. their renters were gone from the apartment, but they left behind an incredible handwritten note for the couple.


“Sorry for being such bad guests. We have no excuses for our behavior. We were honestly just fucked up,” the note read. “Congratulations on your wedding!”

Their renters also left them a five-star rating on Airbnb.

Smith said she’s gotten over her anger and now finds the whole thing funny.

“I have a great wedding story for the rest of my life,” she said.

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Ishmael Daro is a social news editor for BuzzFeed and is based in Toronto.
Contact Ishmael N. Daro at ishmael.daro@buzzfeed.com.
 
 

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