A centuries-old castle outside of Dublin was overrun by teenagers on Sunday night thanks to an illegal rave with a so-called "famous DJ", reported Sunday World.
"He was so famous, in fact, that he had the audacity to ask me to book a taxi for him to take him home!" Said Derek Iceton, owner of Skyrne Castle, who arrived at the scene after neighbors picked him up had alerted a stream of taxis that were driving on him the grounds.
According to Iceton, crowds spread across the building's three floors until he was able to cut power to the property when he began to disperse the crowd. "I assume I'll have Covid after that," he told the Meath Chronicle. "The walls were dripping with condensation when we finally cleared the apartment."
The local Garda received a call but Iceton added that he thought they were slow to react, which put him and his neighbors in a dangerous position. "It was an extremely dangerous situation," he said, "to have hundreds of people in a building with only one main entrance who were not entirely coherent."
According to reports, Skyrne Castle, built between 1172 and 1175, had been pre-rented for the rave by its organizers. The property is about 45 minutes northwest of Dublin and has since been removed by Airbnb.
You can check out a video of the chaos below: