It's one thing to have a party at home with drinks and dancing. But it's another thing to charge guests for entrance at your home basement nightclub. Newsday reports that Long Beach police, who were investigating a noise complaint, found 30 people inside—and 20 people outside—of Julissa and Joseph Naraine's home. Paying a fee would allow folks to enjoy music, dancing, a DJ and a buffet at the Naraines'. The couple, who "claimed the parties help pay for his daughter to perform in beauty pageants," now face charges related to violating zoning, building and alcohol laws. We hope Cafe Disco in Scranton, Pennsylvania isn't shut down!