An Airbnb guest certainly made herself at home in the place she rented, allegedly leaving an unusual gift behind — her collection of sex toys. 

Sharon Marzouk, who rented her house on the site, said her Peninsula, California house was trashed when she returned, according to KGO-TV San Francisco.

The guest had left the bathtub running, causing terrible water damage estimated to cost $10,00 worth of repair.

“There was water pouring from the second floor to the first floor,” Marzouk told KGO-TV. “The place is destroyed.”

Based on the sex toys left behind and extra lighting installed in the bathroom, Marzouk believes the guest who rented her apartment was not the real estate agent, she said she was, but a sex worker shooting porn.

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Marzouk also reportedly found a handwritten shot sheet of sexual photographs the guest may have been planning to take.

“As the pieces fell into place that she was more likely using my bathroom as a business for her to take photos of herself,” Marzouk told KGO-TV.

Airbnb is reportedly working to cover the cost of the water damage, and have removed the woman from its system.

This isn’t the first time the housing rental service has dealt with R-rated complaints from unhappy users.

In 2014 comedian Ari Teman, 32, unknowingly rented his Manhattan apartment to a person who hosted an orgy for lovers of larger women, according to the NY Daily News.

The super of his Chadwin House condominium was accused of telling a producer for ABC’s “Good Morning America” that Teman was a “bad tenant” who “no longer lived in the building.” According to a defamation lawsuit, the disparaging comments cost the comedian a TV interview that “would have significantly benefited his professional career, and future earnings.”

Teman said the damage to his apartment from the “XXX Freak Fest” hosted at his apartment was higher than the compensation Airbnb offered for repairs.