Is this the most disgusting flat you’ve seen? Woman lives with a revolting amount of rubbish at her rental home of seven years.
A woman has reportedly been evicted from her apartment in Thailand after turning her rental home of seven years into ‘a dumping ground’.
On June 11, the landlord was shocked to find the apartment piled with trash, torn clothes, empty plastic bottles and food dating to 2013.
When the landlord and property managers arrived at the flat, located in the Pinklao area, Bangkok, they said the place was so dirty that ‘there is no room for one to stand’, according to Thai media.
The pictures of the alleged rental flat were first revealed by a Facebook user ‘PETEЯZ SAREИ‘, who posted them to his page on June 9 and June 10.
The shocking images soon attracted over 13,000 shares.
Piles of of rubbish could be seen in front of a TV set.
Hundreds of empty water bottles were left between the wall and a bed, which was also filled with junk items.
An electric fan was seen covered by a thick layer of dust while the floor was stained with disgusting dirt.
The apartment had been rented to a woman for seven years, according to Sing Sian Yer Pao Daily, a Chinese-language newspaper in Thailand.
The situation was said to be discovered after the female tenant, unidentified, had not been paying her electricity bills on time.
According to the report, staff from the property management company decided to enter the flat to inspect its condition on the morning of June 11.
However, they failed to open the door which was blocked by garbage. The staff had to kick open the door by force.
They were shocked to see piles of rubbish in the flat which hardly left any space for them to stand.
The report said the workers had to sweep off the garbage blocking their way ‘as if they were swimming in breaststroke’.
Rubbish found in the flat included food expired in 2013, torn clothes and hundreds of empty plastic bottles.
Worker also discovered a cracked toilet, a broken shower head and damaged water pipes.
‘I was furious and I called the tenant. She said it was the responsibility of the property management company to clean the apartment,’ claimed the angry landlord, according to Sing Sian Yer Pao Daily.
Apparently, the tenant also told the landlord that she had paid 1,200 baht (£27) for the flat to be cleaned.
The landlord demanded she move out of the apartment on the afternoon of June 11.
Upon negotiation, the woman has agreed to pay extra cleaning fees and compensation for the damaged goods.
The story has sparked an outcry on social media as people expressed their shock in the woman’s poor hygiene.
‘I can’t even stand staring at these photos,’ one user said on Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site.
‘Where did she sleep? ‘ An online user wondered.
‘I really want to know how she looks like,’ a third user said. – mailonline
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