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Montreal Couple's Wedding Night Ruined By A Coke-Filled Orgy On New Years Eve

That's one hell of a story for the kids.
Montreal Couple's Wedding Night Ruined By A Coke-Filled Orgy On New Years Eve

Montreal's rarely been a quiet place, especially not on New Years Eve. This Montreal couple planned out their own wedding of around 20 people on New Years Eve. They had been using AirBnB for a little while and already had guests renting out one of their bedrooms for the night.

Buzzfeed reports "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."

The couple came back home later that night, as AirBnB guests stepped inside at around 2AM; to have an orgy with a side plate of cocaine right in the middle their living room - that escalated quickly.

Buzzfeed says - "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."

The couple understood the orgy probably just "happened" as New Years Eve in Montreal is quite intense (and they also might just be the nicest people ever). They state the renters were horrified the morning of, as they realized the damage done. The renters proceeded to clean up everything, place back the furniture and left the apartment with this hilarious note:

Letter we got from our airbnb guests who had a coke-fuelled orgy in our living room on our wedding night pic.twitter.com/KvgvnrEzPj

— Justine A. Smith (@redroomrantings) January 2, 2016

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