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Airbnb host arrested after alleged knife attack on two female guests at Vancouver rental

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Airbnb suite.“I don’t know what happened with him and these specific two young ladies,” said witness and neighbour Saad Mustafa. “But he flipped on them in a very, very violent way.“It (was) horrifying.

There was blood everywhere.” Airbnb takes legal action against guest after 3 shot at unauthorized U.S. party It was a terrifying wake up call for Mustafa, who said he saw his now-former neighbour allegedly turn on his Airbnb guests.Around three a.m.

on May 27, he said he heard frantic female screams and a man yelling.“He was pushing the girl against the wall, and I heard banging against the wall,” Mustafa recalled. “He was saying, ‘Why did you push my cat?’”His gut instinct told him to get up and have a look.

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