I got revenge on the landlord after they showed up with new tenants to view without my permission – I had the last laugh
A TENANT got the ultimate revenge on her landlord after he showed her apartment without permission.
Taylor left an amusing trail of notes and objects around the home to sabotage the visit.
The tired tenant told her followers on TikTok her landlord said he could “drop in” as someone had asked for a “quick showing” of her apartment.
But Taylor, who uses the name @trashy_taylor, said she’s fed up with “creepy management” constantly giving tours without permission.
So she decided to take matters into her own hands and make her landlord wish he’d done it differently.
Taylor left sticky notes in the apartment – one of which suggested the apartment had a pest problem.
It read: “Pest Control, please spray the kitchen and our bathrooms really well as that’s where we find the most cockroaches!” Thanks!”.
Another hilarious note read, “Take hemorrhoid cream.”
Taylor then also left a stack of tampons by her sink, along with a menstrual cup and boric acid.
To top it off, she printed out a “Revenge Spell” and left it on the counter along with sage and a candle.
It comes after a man told how he had the last laugh after being forced out of his apartment when his landlord astronomically hiked his rent.
TikTok user Sean is wallowing in the misery of the greedy property owner after he and his roommate were evicted from the Syndey apartment.
He and a friend had to pack because they couldn’t afford the extra $350 a week their landlord was asking.
Sean took to TikTok to explain his rental nightmare, explaining the couple was spending $950 a week before the fee was increased.
He claimed the landlord “overdid his hand” and went money crazy – which ultimately backfired.
When the apartment was put on the market, tenants were told to expect crowds milling around the apartment to view it.
But it seems the landlord grossly overestimated the property’s popularity – as not a single person showed up.
Meanwhile, one woman was left speechless by her landlord’s bizarre rental request – but opinions have been divided on social media.
Evie Muir explained that she and her roommates were stunned by a text message their landlord sent them after they paid their monthly rent.
The homeowner told them they were short by a total of 50p – and urged them to rectify their mistake in handing over next month’s rent.