An Airbnb host had her birthday weekend plans ruined when she found her rental apartment had been completely wrecked – with broken furniture, a mice infestation and bloodstains on wall.
Jazmin Jones, from New York City, listed her Brooklyn apartment on Airbnb and let it to a university professor for six months.
When she walked into her home after check-out, she was shocked by the state of it.
So she decided to share footage of the property on TikTok, tagging the rental company for help.
In the video, she wrote: "Point of view: You come home to the realisation that your Airbnb guest was a literal demon, but actually he was just a 36-year-old professor.
"So much trash and mould and blood… and around the time you realise it's infested with mice, you also realise the door is broken."
She opens the door to find bags of rubbish piling up in the corridor, with clothes hangers scattered on the floor in the living room.
Inside the bedroom, Jazmin finds wine stains on both the bedsheet and duvet, as well as dozens of empty "house wine" boxes next to a plant.
The bathroom doesn't look much better either.
The sink is filled with beard shavings and the ceramic soap dish mounted on the wall is completely broken.
Jazmin decided to call her friend to "save" her after realising the door was broken and she was locked inside.
But her friend couldn't get the door open and ended up crawling into the apartment through a window to help out.
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They both left the place through the fire escape stairs.
Jazmin added: "You spend your birthday weekend trying to figure out how to hire hazard cleaners, get your deposit and find lodgings in a housing crisis."
Viewers likened the Airbnb to a crime scene and some urged her to file a report to the police.
When asked of the guest's ratings on the profile, Jazmin said: "He actually had really good ratings, which makes it seem like he either fell off the wagon or doesn't respect black people."
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