An Airbnb hostess’ nightmare guest left her apartment with bloodstained walls and earned comparisons to the serial killer from Alfred HInchcock’s Psycho.
The hostess asks the landlady for help cleaning up after the departure of a guest whom she has christened “Norman Bates” due to the horrific scene uncovered after staying at the rental for six months.
The TikTok video posted by Jazmin Jones includes footage showing the condition of the apartment, with a caption that says, “@airbnb you better help us clean up after Norman Bates…”
Text on the video’s screen reads, “POV: You come home to realize your Airbnb guest was a literal demon…”
In the video, viewers can see garbage bags and old takeaways strewn on the floor, and stacks of sheets and pillows being pulled from the bed.
When the TikTok user zooms in closer, massive stains that look like blood can be seen on the bed linens piled on the floor.
The bathroom is covered in toiletries and makeup on the sink, along with a kitchen full of dirty dishes.
Jones then shows a shot of some sort of dried dark red or brown liquid smeared off a white wall, dripping what she describes as blood.
She then found that the apartment was also infested with mice and finally decided to end it after trying to settle back into her apartment after some time.
The video shows Jones and a friend sitting in front of the apartment building.
“And you spend your birthday weekend figuring out how to hire hazardous cleaners, collect your security deposit, and find housing amid a housing crisis,” the video caption reads.
Since the video was published on May 26th, the post has received thousands of comments.
In an update in the comments section, Jones says she’s trying to sue to get bail, but first she needs to break down the damage and file a police report.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5441761/airbnb-host-guest-blood-walls-trash-horror/ I’m an Airbnb host and ‘Norman Bates’ guest who vandalized my apartment and left blood on the walls during my 6 month stay