One Airbnb mishap left a woman in a nightmarish situation when she complained to the owner of her accommodation, only to realize she was in the completely wrong place!
A Horrendous Experience
TikTok user Paige (@paigeunavailable) had a truly horrendous experience upon checking into what she thought was her booked apartment.
A Nightmare Unveiled
The video she shared captures the dirty setup, with stained sheets, a grime-filled bathroom, and a gross fridge.
The Wrong Place
After contacting the host to complain about the mess, she received a shocking revelation – she was in the wrong apartment altogether!
A Mortifying Revelation
Embarrassed, Paige had mistakenly entered and complained about a generic apartment that wasn’t hers.
A Happy Ending
Thankfully, she eventually found her way to the correct place, which much more closely resembled the ad she had seen on the app.
A Stunning Mix-Up
People on social media were stunned by the mix-up and how she ended up in the wrong apartment.
The Big Question
“The real issue is how you were able to access the wrong apartment,” one user commented.
Clarifying the Mystery
Paige then clarified in the comments, “it was the Airbnb owners other apartment that they don’t rent out anymore.”
Others found the situation amusing, “I just KNOW. this is a single man’s house.”
What If They’re Watching?
Another user was concerned about the owner who’s house has just been embarrassed online, “The person that lives in this appt, watching this.”
Begging for a Conclusion
Most commenters were desperate for a follow-up video, “Update when you’re in the right place!”
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