Police, residents and council officers have all spoken out against a Southall pub they say makes life a sleepless misery for its neigbours.
The Wolf Inn in Norwood Road is having its licence reviewed following a series of complaints and repeated visits by council staff.
The venue has extended licensing hours and is open until 1.30am Monday to Thursday and 3am Friday to Saturday.
One pensioner who lives near the venue and did not want to be named said: "When people are turned out after 3am we have all the loud talk and shouting. There're cars revving up and, in particular, one motor-bike.
"Residents find empty glasses, bottles and cans on their garden walls. Men also urinate on the back gate, which isn't very nice, especially in the hot weather.
"People are afraid to speak up because they feel vulnerable. I like people to have fun but there comes a time when enough is enough."
Ealing Council's noise pollution team made repeated visits to the pub between January and August of this year before compiling a report and handing it to police.
In a letter to Ealing Council's licensing team, Nigel Charlton, licensing sergeant at Ealing Police said: "I have recently been served a copy of review papers by the Noise Nuisance team of London Borough of Ealing.
"I have read them at length and it is very clear from the review, and my knowledge, that the management of these premises has no regard for its licence conditions or any of their neighbours."
Landlord Kavil Singh Rao said the case is being handled by his solicitors and he did not want to comment until the matter has gone before a panel.
The licensing hearing takes place at Ealing Town Hall on Monday, November 10.