When some friends built a Brooklyn igloo in the midst of New York's second-biggest snowstorm, they did what so many others in the city with a bit of extra space do: Listed it on Airbnb.
But it turns out Patrick Horton and his friends couldn't rent out their "Boutique Winter Igloo for 2," NBC News reported. The $200-per-night "chic dome-style bungalow" was wasn't up to Airbnb's standards.
An Airbnb representative told Horton that, while the igloo was "very well constructed," it didn't "meet our occupancy rules," like electricity and a roof that holds up in cold and warm weather.
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But the rep said they were "an appreciator of fine igloos around the world," so Horton didn't walk away from the snowstorm empty handed.