Austrian police have had to put up a welded steel door on Fritzl's horror-house after people have been found partying in his secret dungeon.
The secret underground cellar where he held his daughter Elisabeth against her will for 24 years has been used for parties by (slightly twisted?) locals. The house is set to be demolished in the next few months.
Old computers, smashed up chairs, a mattress, drug paraphernalia, smashed alcohol bottles and soiled clothes are scattered around the rooms that Fritzl constructed beneath the family home in Amstetten.
The illegal partygoers gained access to the cellar via an unlocked garage door.
An intruder who entered the premises said: "The smell is atrocious; there has been no air and mildew covers the walls while the floors have deep puddles in places. It has become somewhat ‘cool’ among the young in Amstetten to say you have been down in "the cellar". You don’t have to say which one - everyone knows what you mean.
"Rat droppings have intermingled with the stubs of cigarettes and food wrappers. There is no electricity but partygoers have used candles.
"The walls are very thick. You can play music down there and no-one will hear, or see any light.
"The word went out before Christmas that the garage door was open. You descend down a slope into his garage and then into the cellar. It’s easy. The cops stopped watching the place long ago."