Yeah, well, you might not have a heap of sympathy for this guy, Peter Sisitsky. (Although his monetary demand is pretty modest, let’s give him credit for that.)
Here’s the headline. Depending on your own vacation experiences renting presidential beach houses, you may or may not wish to read further:
‘These people are the clients from hell!’: Vacation rental company sued for $100,000 by Westchester man over Mexican presidential beach house
Oh, and one more paragraph because I like the Daily News’s “villa of the damned.” It’s tabloid hyperbole, but cute tabloid hyperbole:
A Westchester man paid big bucks to rent a former presidential beach house in Mexico that turned out to be a villa of the damned, court papers say.
Oh, and another paragraph so you can get a mental picture of the villa:
The “all-inclusive” rental of Villa Vista Magica was advertised as coming with servants, food, massages, horseback rides, servants, 24-hour security, child care and other high-end amenities, in addition to the 11 air-conditioned luxury bedrooms, the suit says.