The tenants from HELL! Disgusting state of renters’ former homes laid bare in revolting photographs showing smashed windows, piles of rubbish and a bathtub soiled with excrement
- Sickening images taken by landlords show how tenants from hell have left properties in a horrific state
- One image shows a bath filled with poo, while others show smashed windows and gardens full of rubbish
- Others show smashed windows as well as bedrooms with mounds of litter piled across the floor
Sickening images show how tenants from hell have left properties in a horrific state.
One stomach-churning image shows a bath filled with poo, while others show smashed windows and gardens strewn with rubbish.
Others show smashed windows, rooms full of rubbish and bedrooms with mounds of litter piled across the floor.
Sickening photos taken inside the filthy homes of the ‘tenants from hell’ capture rooms and gardens strewn with rubbish
One stomach-churning image shows a bath stained with poo
Others images show rooms full of rubbish and litter piled across the floor.
There are also images include walls with huge cracks and bathrooms left in stomach-churning conditions.
Landlords who own the homes have spoken of their frustration at being left to deal with the mess left by their disrespectful tenants.
Melissa Vickery, who rented out a three-bedroom property in Reading, Berkshire, for more than two years, was sickened to find the house ‘completely and utterly destroyed’ in February this year.
Speaking to The Mirror Online, the chartered accountant, 37, said: ‘The house was completely and utterly destroyed. I was really stunned by what I saw.
She added that ‘everything was butchered’, ‘rooms were full of rubbish’ and ‘the washing machine and fridge was broken’ .
Another landlord said the renters were ‘tenants from hell’ who left a ‘horrendous mess’ everywhere.
They added that the house was ‘uninhabitable’ and the tenants had shown no respect at all.
The images were submitted to a competition to find the ‘tenant from hell’, which had a £500 top prize.
Although the competition was meant to be light-hearted , the home interiors firm behind it, axed it last month due to ‘a few complaints’.
The snaps were shared online on the competition’s website.
Melissa said she visited the property as tenants were having problems with it.
Melissa Vickery (pictured on her wedding day), who rented out a three-bedroom property in Reading, Berkshire, for more than two years, was sickened to find the house ‘completely and utterly destroyed’ in February this year. Right, a smashed window at a property
A landlord shared a picture of a light switch which appears to have been yanked from the ceiling by a tenant
She said someone had butchered the boiler, ‘tenants were smoking marijuana in the house’ and the property was in a ‘really terrible state’.
She claimed there was lots of damp and grease everywhere in the kitchen and the bathroom was filthy.
Melissa discovered that there were 10 mattresses in the three-bedroom house and that tenants had gained access to the loft, which she had advised them was unsafe to access.
She added that she had fumigate the property to remove all the bedbugs and get skips outside of it to remove all the rubbish.
‘We had to fumigate the property to remove all the bedbugs. We had to get skips outside the property to remove all the rubbish.’
Melissa, from Ruislip, west London, paid around £10,000 to repair all the damages but decided against legal action.
She said she’s now been put off renting out properties in the future.
Some of the images depict broken sinks and piping.
Other snaps show the revolting states of bathrooms, which look as though they haven’t been cleaned in months.
This kitchen is littered with junk including this burnt out toaster. The firm who hosted the competition later axed it following complaints
These tenants appear to have thought it was a good idea to cover the floor of this ceiling in paint
This disgusting room looks which has junk and rubbish strewn across the floor looks as if it hasn’t been cleaned in months
The shocking pictures have been dubbed the ‘worst messes left by tenants’ in the UK. This image shows drawers and mattresses which were dumped outside a house
There are also images include walls with huge cracks and bathrooms left in stomach-churning conditions
This revolting toilet is covered in dirt and muck
Frustrated landlords have spoken out about how they have have become fed-up with cleaning up unpleasant horrors left by tenants
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