April 6, 2016
The next morning, at around 2 a.m., several people on our street were jolted awake by thumping music, screeching tires and drunken yelling. They saw scores of people on our front lawn, and a convoy of cars had parked up and down the street. Our tenant was hosting a rager that blazed to life as soon as the downtown clubs closed for the night. She’d even hired a DJ to set up a booth in our living room….
Source: http://torontolife.com/city/life/airbnb-rager-memoir/