My nightmare neighbor broke into our rental at 4am – but everyone's on HIS side

A GROUP of vacationers got an unwelcomed surprise when their neighbor broke into their Airbnb in the middle of the night.

However, most people are siding with the neighbor and even said they would do it too.

One of the vacationers, Ishmeal Kaisamba, said he and his friends were in the middle of filming a TikTok when an angry neighbor came barging into their Mexican Airbnb rental.

In a video of the incident shared by Kaisamba, the neighbor can be heard yelling that he could not sleep due to their noise level.

"Are you serious?

"…It's the third night that I can't sleep because of you," he yelled.

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"Shut the f**k up!"

Kaisamba said the incident occurred at four in the morning.

And while walking into an apartment that's not yours should never be encouraged, viewers are slamming Kaisamba and his friends for being disrespectful.

Some even said they deserved being yelled at.

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"4am? Yeah. I’m team neighbor," one person wrote.

"I hope y’all started being respectful because he clearly was at his wits end.

"3rd time in the row, 4am? [Shake me head]," another commented.

"This is the problem with Airbnb… people need to respect they are living next to families when they are loud … at 4am," a third user complained.

"AirBnb has rules against it.

"Sounds like the neighbor was patient after dealing with 3 nights of the noise," another spectator stated.

Per Airbnb's website, all renters are encouraged to be respectful.

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In terms of noises, it reads: "Guests should respect all designated quiet hours, and keep disruptive noise to a minimum (ex: loud music, shouting, constant stomping, slamming doors, etc.)."

It is not clear what noise-specific rules the Airbnb rental in the video used.

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