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Pattaya Ugh! "Respectable" Walking Street ladies leave this mess at their rented room!

 

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A landlady got an almighty shock when a neighbor in the adjacent property complained there were maggots climbing into their room. 

 

Patamavadee, 33, went round and found the room not padlocked, just with the door locked. So she used her spare key to enter. 

 

What confronted her was a terrible sight - trash like leftover food and old clothes and foam was everywhere. 

 

It stank and in the bathroom were feces wrapped in a towel. There were maggots everywhere.

 

She went on Facebook to say that she had seen reports of renters leaving rooms in a mess but never thought it would happen to her. Now it had and she didn't know where to start with the clean-up operation!

 

Daily News contacted her and she revealed that the renters were two ladies who worked on Walking Street. They would usually leave the room about 8pm and not return until morning. 

 

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She described them as good, respectable tenants who paid on time and communicated well with her. 

 

But about a week ago they had been seen leaving with some luggage and hadn't been back since. She thought they were probably just going back home up-country for a while.

 

Now after the neighbor called about the maggots she may have to find some new tenants.

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

What confronted her was a terrible sight - trash like leftover food and old clothes and foam was everywhere. 

 

It stank and in the bathroom were feces wrapped in a towel. There were maggots everywhere.

And tourists/expats use these 'ladies' regulary.

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Does Thai law prevent checks by a landlord while a property is tenanted?

 

It didn't get like that overnight.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Part of the price one pays when dealing with the public.

What does it have to do with "the public"?

Seems maybe you need to vet your renters better.

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