Great Britain
This article was added by the user . TheWorldNews is not responsible for the content of the platform.

An urgent warning from a Scottish mother after a holiday apartment is filled with "pubic hair and fleas"

ScottishMamakeeps tourists away fromLiverpoolapartments full of "pubic hair", "garbage" and "fleas" Warned. ..

54-year-old Caroline Donnelly from Cumbernauld booked a weekend stay in a Liverpool apartment with her five friends on her daughter's 30th birthday.

The original accommodation of her four mothers was canceled, but her landlord soon helped her find a new place to stay in the city.

Stains and hairs on the bedsheets
Bed sheets dirt and hair

They helped Caroline organize their lives and booked the group to stay in OPP Apartment BC7, which was touted as a "beautiful" Merseyside apartment. The

group was impressed with the images they saw, but they were disappointed after the visit. Caroline said her sister-in-law Anne-Marie was "bitten by fleas" and had to pay £ 11.99 for cream from a local pharmacy to relieve her pain.Liverpool Echo reports.

Litter at the back of Caroline's apartment
Garbage behind Caroline's apartment

When Anne-Marie found a sting after sleeping on the sofa bed, she decided to sleep in one of the double beds in the apartment instead. But when she "teared it", Anne-Marie found dirt on the sheet.

Caroline also claimed to have found pubic hair on one of her beds. In addition to this, her chair was missing screws and bolts.

Caroline states: The picture of the apartment was gorgeous, but it didn't look like that inside.

A picture of one of the chairs at the accommodation
One photo of the accommodation chair

"I recommend going to Liverpool. It's a great city, but I don't recommend this apartment ... I don't like it. The outside area was horrifying, there was garbage everywhere.

"It's not a way to treat people. With a little compensation, I would have been happy.

" They're not going to do anything about it It wasn't right to take people's money that way. "

The group stayed two nights in the city on the FA Cup final weekend from Friday 13th May to Sunday 15th May. I paid £ 400 to do it. The apartment told Caroline that he had never "reported a bite from this apartment."

According to the company, pest control found no evidence of "fleas and other insects" prevailing in the villa.

I contacted On Point Properties Limited but declined to comment.

Don't miss the latest news around Scotland and beyond-sign up for our daily newsletterhere.

Read more:

-Brooklyn Beckham's wife Nicola Peltz "swipes" with David and Victoria

-Three "permanent" signs of high cholesterol on the feet

-Lorraine Kelly loses weight after dropping two dress sizes Share tips