NSW Police issue a warning to Airbnb property managers and homeowners after 150 people were found crammed into a three-bed rental

NSW police have urged owners of short-term rental properties to investigate potential guests before accepting reservations after a series of “out of control” parties across the state.

Many online booking sites have banned parties on their properties, but NSW Police Assistant Peter Thurtell said police had recently been called to several short-term rental parties where there were fights and property damage.

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“Anyone who would be disrespectful enough to throw away another person’s property would obviously not care about a party ban, so the responsibility for protecting the property lies primarily with the owner,” Assistant Commissioner Thurtell said in a statement released on New Year’s Eve. .

“If you rent out your property, we encourage you to build strong relationships with neighbors who can keep you informed about activity.”

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