A woman who had gone to Italy for vacation was dismayed when she saw her “dirty” Airbnb filled with empty beer bottles and smoked cigarettes, only to realize that she accidentally left a family had broken into the house.
In a tweet shared on Friday, Ruth Ibegbuna explained that she arrived in Italy late at night and in a state of confusion moved to Apartment 14 instead of 16, which was supposed to be her Airbnb. It was only after putting her baby to sleep that she realized that she was in the wrong place.
His PostThe one who has so far reached over 88,300 likes, 1536 comments and 7014 retweets said: “Put my snoring daughter on their couch. Photographed evidence of their Slovenity (fags and beer). Their use of the loo done. All without waking up or saying words. (perhaps hiding behind a door and calling the police).
according to statistics legal jobsThere are more than 3,370 burglaries in the United States every day. About 51% of homes have repeated thefts within a month.
The same data shows that only 23.9% of Americans have a security system in place, and about 34% of thieves enter through the front door.
While some users found the story amusing, others were outraged by the fact that Ibegbuna broke into the family home and then criticized them. One user, Claire, said: “Hope they don’t look at this tweet and see that not only have they got a break but they are embarrassed in the process. Maybe a previous intruder left it in that state “
Iris Cook said: “It’s their business how they live. Your tweet is too bad.”
Rachel Donati commented: “Er, it’s someone’s house you’re criticizing. Maybe look at it differently, how even in one city they have their doors open, that they didn’t attack you (I’m talking about other places). where possibly you could be shot) ) And yes Italians smoke. So what? Note no. Knock with cornetti and say sorry.”
EmiliaMarc10 responded, saying: “You have to be Italian to jump into such a furious defense before actually processing the post? Chill.”
Some users shared similar experiences. TheAnfieldPoet said: “I did something similar when quickly finding a place to watch a football game on TV. I found a restaurant with a TV in a quiet back room. I sat down on a couch with my beer, 45K I was yelling at the TV for a few minutes before realizing I was in a private family meeting.”
Dansodergren commented: “Good god. That’s a great story. Imagine them happening. On a hot night, with your baby woken up by an intruder… angry. Taking pictures of your house. As they darken drown in the hope that she won’t come to their bedroom.”
Michael Hodgson continued: “An angry grumbling intruder, taking pictures … and then cleaning up? I can see the family behind a bedroom door on the phone whispering to the police … me Looks like she’s cleaning up.”
AmandaBiswax also shared her story: “Happened to me on the other side. Left the door on the snib, came home to pick up a neighbor, got her parcel 6 young Italians in my sitting room, they had just arrived. Take them away.” Right address gone, very disappointed. Preferred my home.”
Another user, Charles Ryan Teo, pointed out: “I find it a bit on the ridiculous side. No matter how tired I am, I will always check and make sure the address I’m going to is the right one.”
Nathan joked: “My wife and I often speak of a shared fantasy where a non-judgmental clean freak has broken into our house, cleaned up and left.”
Dave Wright said: “I always make sure everything is clean before I go to bed or go out in case it gets stolen.”