A Disgusting Single House In Pinklao Where Woman Lived For Seven Years

A woman was reportedly evicted from her rental home of seven years as it was filled all over with garbage. She failed to clean the single house in Pinklao all these times.

Last June 11, the landlord was stunned to see the apartment with trash, empty plastic bottles, torn clothes and food dated to 2013.

According to Thai media, the property managers and landlord arrived at the single house in Pinklao, Bangkok, and saw that the space will filled up with dirt and garbage, that there was no room for one to stand.

Pictures of the so-called rental flat was first unconcealed in Facebook, which was posted on June 9-10.

The shocking images attracted nearly 13,000 shares where piles of trash were seen in front of a TV set.

There were several empty water bottles between the wall and a bed, which also had junk objects.

The floor had stained dirt while the electric fan was covered with a thick layer of dust.

According to a Chinese-speaking newspaper in Thailand, the woman rented the single house in Pinklao for nearly seven years.

The location was soon revealed after the female tenant failed to pay her power bills on time.

As reported earlier, staff from the property management company decided to enter the flat for inspection of its condition on June 11.

However, they unsuccessfully opened the door as it was full of garbage. The staff had to forcefully kick the door to open.

They were stunned to see piles of garbage in the flat, which barely had space for them to move.

The workers also revealed that they found damaged water pipes, a broken shower head and a cracked toilet.

According to the angry landlord, “I called the attention of the tenant, but she only said that it was my duty to clean the apartment. She also claimed that she paid 1,200 baht or £27 for the cleaning of the single house in Pinklao.

That afternoon of June 11, the tenant was asked to moved out of the apartment. As negotiated, the woman consented to pay extra cleaning fees and payments for the destroyed items.