Hundreds of Ravers threw an illegal party at a 12th-century Irish castle – EDM.com
Century-old castle outside Dublin was invaded by teenagers on Sunday evening, thanks to an illegal rave starring a so-called ‘famous DJ’ Sunday World reported.
“In fact, he was so famous that he had the audacity to ask me to book a cab for him to take him home!” Said Skyrne Castle owner Derek Iceton, who arrived on the places after neighbors alerted him to a flood of taxis circulating on the ground.
According to Iceton, the crowds were spread over the three floors of the building until he was able to shut off the property’s electricity, when the crowds began to disperse. “I fully expect to have Covid after this,” he told the Chronicle of Meath. “The walls were dripping with condensation when we finally cleaned the place. “
The Local Guard was called, but Iceton added that he felt they were slow to respond, leaving himself and his neighbors in a dangerous situation. “It was an extremely dangerous situation,” he said, “to have hundreds of people who weren’t completely consistent in a room with only one main door.”
Reports show that Skyrne Castle, which was built between 1172 and 1175, had been pre-rented for the rave by its organizers. Located about 45 minutes northwest of Dublin, the property has since been removed from Airbnb.
You can watch a video of the chaos below: