Firecrackers, vomit, and alcohol: a rented cottage trashed in the Laurentians

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

After the outbursts, chaotic Rawdon in the Lanaudière region, it is transported in the region of Saint-Sauveur, where owners of cottages taste also to the medicine of the visitors are disrespectful.

A simple short-term rental of a chalet, has recently transferred to the rampage.

The owners of the cottage who prefer not to reveal the place where it is located so as not to have more problems were provided to TVA News a few photos.

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

Pétards, vomissures, et alcool: un chalet loué saccagé dans les Laurentides

  • screenshots | TVA News

They have done a short term rental in mid-June, a end of the week that resulted in damage of several thousands of dollars that they must take on.

It had to be three visitors only to share this cottage, but were in fact a couple of people who have consumed alcohol in large quantities.

The premises have been damaged, and the occupants have even set off firecrackers in the chalet.

Police were called to the scene of the two nights of the rental, and produced reports.

“Broken furniture, pieces of furniture which have been moved, scratched floors, there has been a lot of around who had to vomit. It is as if they went out of prison, and that it’s been so long that they are in prison they need to make the party, the inhibitions are released, and the property of others is not important, ” says the co-owner of the cottage, Chantal Grégoire.

The commercial insurances do not cover this type of damage.

The owners of the place will have to undertake civil action via the small claims to hope to recover money.

This type of incident unfortunately in this period of déconfinement would be more widespread than we think.

Please do not hesitate to write to our journalist Yves.poirier@tva.ca if you have a story of its kind to denounce.

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