The Rolling Stones were invited to the legendary house by media mogul Hugh Hefner in the early 1970s and things went wrong when guitarist Keith Richards and Bobby Keys - who played saxophone for the group - stole their doctor's bag to try the drugs it contained.
"There's all these bunnies all over the place - don't throw that lot in front of the Stones, you know.
"We had a tour doctor we used to love to raid. We'd get him stoned and take his bag.
"Bobby and I stashed ourselves in this john and were trying everything from the doctor's bag.
"Somewhere a fire started. There's bells ringing and people running down the corridor. As we left the bathroom, it burst into flames."
Meanwhile, Keith also revealed that one of his iconic guitars, a custom-painted Les Paul, was given a redesign when he took acid.
He explained to Q magazine: "That picture was a hell of a trip. I started off with a pair of shoes and then went on to the guitar.
"I did it first to a pair of white boots I had. After I'd taken enough acid and finished them, 'OK, what's next?' The guitar. A hell of a trip."