5 Weirdest Things Stolen From Hotel Rooms

Sometimes you are bored from Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter or any social networking site/app you can think of and you decide to search for random things on internet, literally random. I did the same and decided to search for craziest of things that were ever stolen from hotels on google (even googled searched with a “lame” face) and after getting the results; I was shocked that people from around the globe stole weirdest of things possible (not only Indians). So, I’ll be sharing some of the craziest and funniest things stolen from hotels: –

  1. When You don’t wanna spend money on renovation of your bathroom.

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Berlin hotel guest stole stylish monsoon shower heads, hydro massage shower units, taps, toilet seats and even the sink.

2. A Pig for decoration. like seriously?

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A guest tried to abscond from the Hotel du Vin in Birmingham, UK, with the stuffed boar’s head. Other items to have been relieved from British hotels include a medieval sword, door hinges and a 1.2m-high wooden bear.

3. A Fridge For Cooling Your Beer

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A guest stole a minibar fridge, literally. Well lots of people would empty the stuff inside it, but one guest at a “five-star” hotel in Dubai took it to another level by leaving behind the bottles and took the unit itself, and guess what he took the Sofa also; along with him. (Now, he can enjoy a good cricket match.)

 4. Winters Are Coming

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So, you are staying at a hotel and like the Marble Fireplace there and would match with your house’s settings? Take it. A guest at Four seasons Beverly Hills was alleged to have lifted one. (Perhaps not literally, but who knows?)

 5. Someone Living

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A guest was so fascinated by the Hotelier’s pet dog, she decided to steal it and she did.

So all those who only steal coffee and sugar pouches; sometimes toothpicks, from hotels, you need to get inspired by them and go for something big.

 

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