Last summer, Montauk was terrorized by entitled "loud, obnoxious people" peeing all over bushes and fornicating right on the side of the highway. Little did enraged locals know, entitlement knows no bounds: this summer the horror has migrated west to Sag Harbor, where this past weekend, Manhattan hedge fund bro Brett Barna allegedly took it upon himself to trash a $20 million mansion with his annual, unfortunately-dubbed #Sprayathon party.

50 Cents Party #sprayathon #sprayathon2016

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There were 1,000 guests in attendance. There were "scores of bikini-clad women and costumed gun-toting midgets," according to the NY Post. Ace Hood was there. And as a result, Barna's been booted from both Airbnb and his job, so he'll have to resort to more traditional rental-booking options when choosing a venue at which to spray away his sorrows. Sad!

Happy 4th 🇺🇸🍾🎉🍕#Hamptons #sprayathon #fourthofjuly #champagne

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Barna apparently name-dropped his boss, billionaire hedge fund manager Louis Bacon, when booking the Airbnb, and implied the event would have something to do with the Robin Hood Foundation, which fights poverty in NYC—but also that it would be a fundraiser for animal rescue. Humans living in poverty, stray animals—why split hairs when it comes to #SPRAYATHON 2016 WOOOOOO!

I'm just gonna leave this here. Good causes and great parties #sprayathon #puppiesandacehood #4th

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#AMERICA #sprayathon

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Regardless of what charity the party was purportedly supporting, the property owner said that "the only animals there were the people, a thousand of them." He told the Post:

They drowned themselves in Champagne, they had midgets they threw in the pool, they broke into the house, trashed the furniture, art was stolen, we found used condoms. So many people were there that the concrete around the pool crumbled and fell into the water. It was like ‘Jersey Shore’ meets a frat party. We are preparing a massive lawsuit.

The mansion Barna rented goes for $5,000 a night for a minimum of 5 nights on Airbnb, but Barna's now apparently refusing to pay his $27,000 bill. The host plans to sue him for $1 million—and Barna won't exactly have a steady stream of cash to handle his legal fees, as he was fired from Moore Capital Management after his bosses decided that his "personal judgment was inconsistent with the firm's values."

Airbnb, for its part, has banned Barna: spokesperson Nick Shapiro said that "we have zero tolerance for this kind of behavior and have removed this guest from our platform. We are working to support the host under our $1 million host guarantee."

The hosts are preparing to serve Barna, as soon as they can actually locate him—the mansion's owner tells the Post, "Brett was last seen on Sunday chugging Champagne with two midgets."