Airbnb booking for two people turns into huge illegal lockdown party with 25 ...

An Airbnb booking for two people descended into a huge illegal lockdown party with more than 25 revellers drinking and taking 'hippy crack'.

Police were called to the property in locked-down Manchester after the landlord's front door camera flagged beer-carrying revellers arriving at the flat.

But hostess, believed to be around 18 years old, refused to shut down the Tier Three breaching party when contacted by the landlord.

Despite warnings of a £10,000 fine under Covid rules, she replied: 'I'll pay for everyone'.

The landlord shut the party down himself - later finding £3,000 worth of damage and nitrous oxide canisters strewn across a table.

Police were called to the property in locked-down Manchester after the landlord's front door camera flagged beer-carrying revellers arriving at the flat

The landlord shut the party down himself - later finding £3,000 worth of damage and nitrous oxide canisters strewn across a table

The landlord shut the party down himself - later finding £3,000 worth of damage and nitrous oxide canisters strewn across a table

The incident took place after Airbnb landlord Corin Jackson accepted a booking for two people at his apartment in Ancoats, central Manchester - which is currently under Tier Three restrictions in the Government's Covid alert system.

Mr Jackson said he took the book on the understand that the Tier 3 rules would be observed.

He also warned that no extra guests were allowed without consent and that he had a front door camera to monitor the property.  

But, just a few hours after check-in last Wednesday, October 28, dozens of teenagers started turning up dressed for a party and carrying booze.

At around 8.30pm, Mr Jackson began messaging the woman who made the booking via Airbnb and warned her that she was breaching both the house rules and coronavirus restrictions.

He advised her to have everyone out of the property, at Vulcan Mill on Malta Street, by 9pm.

She replied: 'They'll be out by 10.'

In a transcript of the messages the woman also claimed no-one at the party would be staying overnight.

A few hours after check-in last Wednesday, October 28, dozens of teenagers started turning up dressed for a party and carrying booze

A few hours after check-in last Wednesday, October 28, dozens of teenagers started turning up dressed for a party and carrying booze

Mr Jackson advised her to have everyone out of the property, at Vulcan Mill on Malta Street, by 9pm - but she replied that they would leave by 10pm

Mr Jackson advised her to have everyone out of the property, at Vulcan Mill on Malta Street, by 9pm - but she replied that they would leave by 10pm

However, Mr Jackson then made clear her actions were unacceptable and called Greater Manchester Police.

Despite being told she faced a £10,000 fine, the young woman replied: 'I will pay the money. I will pay for everyone.'

While waiting for police, Mr Jackson said he

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