LANDLORDS are considering installing CCTV at their properties in Limerick due to a series of “destructive house parties” that took place during Charity Week.
Several properties in Castletroy have been left “destroyed”, with almost 150 people “herded” out of one house party in College Court during the early hours of last Tuesday morning, it is understood.
Large numbers of revellers were sitting on roofs drinking after “climbing out from top-floor windows” and windows were smashed.
“The carry on at the moment is disgraceful,” one landlord said of the situation during Charity Week, previously called Rag Week.
“They are coming in their droves and they are tearing the place apart.”
Multiple landlords, who are currently renting properties to University of Limerick students in the Castletroy area, have contacted the Leader to highlight concerns about increased anti-social behaviour during the week.
Many were called several times during the early hours to break-up house
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