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Cal State Fraternity Absolutely Trashes An Airbnb

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A Cal State fraternity has been accused of destroying an Air BNB during a hazing ritual.

According to reports, a California man says that he thought he was renting his house to tourists, however, local fraternity brothers showed up instead. While at the Air BNB, the fraternity members hazed the pledges and trashed the home.

CBS LA reports that Thaun Nguyen rented his Westminster home on Airbnb for the first time last month on January 26th, thinking he was renting to a family. Upon renting his home, Nguyen made it clear that the home had security cameras in the front of the house, the living room and the garage.

The renter, a man claiming to be from nearby El Monte, said that his cousins were visiting from Colorado and needed a place close to Disney Land.

via CBS:

Just before the alleged incident, you can see someone take notice of the camera. Minutes later young men line up and chug an unknown substance. Then they move against the wall, while one yells at them. Nguyen says you can see them as they crouch down, duck their heads, then get up and chug again. Nguyen says he became worried when he saw one young man begin to vomit, then struggle to walk before getting sick again and again.

Nguyen says on top of beer cans and bottles of hard liquor in his garbage cans, he found a poster of Zeta Epsilon Tao.

He says he then found a post on the Instagram page of the man who booked his house. It’s Nguyen’s living room. He says he believes the fraternity had a party and hazed new pledges in his garage. He reported the incident to Westminster Police.

Airbnb released the following statement regarding the incident:

“We have zero tolerance for this type of behavior and as soon as we were made aware of the incident, we permanently banned these individuals from our platform. Additionally, we are fully supporting our host under the Airbnb Host Guarantee program. To date, there have been over 300 million guest arrivals in Airbnb listings to date and negative incidents like this are incredibly rare. Our team is also reaching out to law enforcement to offer them our assistance with their investigation. The safety of our community is our priority.”


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