An alcohol-fuelled party of nine people trashed a room at a Lincolnshire guest house, with the culprit’s parents footing the bill.

The initial reservation at Beldon House in Brigg was made online on the night of Saturday, October 10 for two young guests, but it turned into chaos and the landlord was not impressed.

The two guests opened the fire escape doors to welcome seven friends in during the early hours of Sunday, October 11.

The landlord said the group then had an alcohol-fuelled party, “disturbing my other guests and confusing my homely guest house for a “Travelodge-esque accommodation”.

After several requests to leave and quieten down they refused, so the landlord called the police, who had to physically remove them at 3am.

The two guests opened the fire escape doors to welcome seven friends in. | Photo: Beldon House

The guest house posted on social media saying the “main culprit decided to not even apologise” and that “his parents took full responsibility and picked up the damages bill”.

Local property maintenance company AJG Services reached out to the landlord to offer their time for free to help put the room back to standard, while Done and Dusted came in to help the housekeeper.

The landlord said: “What has never happened under my ownership though is guests taking advantage of my niceness/age and confusing it with naivety and inexperience.

“This irresponsible and reckless act of having nine drunken people in a bedroom that was booked for two people could have cost me a £10,000 fine.

“Thankfully I acted quickly and responsibly to the situation and I’m also super proud of the response and support of our local police force.

“We believe the individuals were a local group who had all chipped in to rent a hotel room as they can’t drink together in their own houses or pubs.”

The landlord was not impressed at the damaged caused. | Photo: Beldon House

The landlord has also offered a complimentary stay for all disturbed guests from that night courtesy of the ‘party hosts credit card’ as per the ‘disturbance costs’ terms and conditions clause.

A pedestrian suffered potentially life threatening injuries after a hit and run in Brigg on Sunday.

Police were called about a collision at Monument Roundabout by ambulance crews at 12.50am on July 5.

A 24-year-old man, whose family have requested is not identified, is being treated in hospital.

Police said the driver of the vehicle did not stop and they are now working to establish the circumstances of the crash.

Humberside Police are looking to to trace the driver of the vehicle.

The force is particularly keen to speak to the driver of a white van, which was seen driving towards Wrawby at around the time of the collision.

Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log number 50 of July 5.

A man was hospitalised with serious injuries after a car collided with a tree on the A18 between Brigg and Scawby.

A blue Fiat Bravo left the road shortly before 12pm on Monday, May 11. No other vehicles were involved.

The man driving the car was taken to hospital for treatment to serious injuries.

Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information, or who saw the car prior the collision, is being urged to get in touch.

Police are also particularly keen to hear from the driver of a grey coloured van that was driving in the area as they believe they may have witnessed something that could assist with their enquiries.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting log number 136 of May 11. Alternatively, information can be reported through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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