A landlord was left in utter shock after discovering tenants had turned their luxury condo in Pattaya into something resembling a rubbish dump – and then disappeared without a trace.
Photos and a video of the filthy state of the condo, which is reportedly worth 10 million baht, show large amounts of rubbish strewn across the floor, a broken toilet and curtains pulled from their railings.
The photos were shared by Facebook user Jindaporn Ao Amam who is said to be a friend of the owner.
According to Ms Jindaporn the condo was rented out two years ago to a woman and her two daughters who had up until recently been paying 30,000 baht per month in rent.
However, when the rent stopped being paid the owner visited the property only to discover it had been left in a terrible state.
The tenants meanwhile had long gone and haven’t been seen since. One of the photos shared to social media showed the tenant in the arms of a western man which people commenting on the post speculated was her boyfriend.
Ms Jindaporn warned other landlords in Pattaya to be careful who they rent property too.
Pattaya police are investigating and trying to locate the tenants.
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