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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5617723/Inside-homes-Britains-dirtiest-hoarders.html

A cleaning specialist who empties hoarders homes reveals the worst things he has ever found including bottles of urine, jars of faeces and custom-made sex toys.  

George Mensah is regularly tasked with gutting properties that are full to the brim with unusual and disturbing collections.

One of the more shocking discoveries Mr Mensah has made was basement packed with bondage accessories, porn dvds and magazines.

Mr Mensah, who owns the Merseyside House Clearance company, regularly comes across fingernail cuttings and once even discovered a collection of dead cats, reports the Liverpool Echo.



 

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5617723/Inside-homes-Britains-dirtiest-hoarders.html

A cleaning specialist who empties hoarders homes reveals the worst things he has ever found including bottles of urine, jars of faeces and custom-made sex toys.  

George Mensah is regularly tasked with gutting properties that are full to the brim with unusual and disturbing collections.

One of the more shocking discoveries Mr Mensah has made was basement packed with bondage accessories, porn dvds and magazines.

Mr Mensah, who owns the Merseyside House Clearance company, regularly comes across fingernail cuttings and once even discovered a collection of dead cats, reports the Liverpool Echo.



 

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Ten quid for the telly.

If i cark it early, itll be boxes and boxes of obscure audio leads and guitars. No cat shit in jars here thankyou very much.

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5617723/Inside-homes-Britains-dirtiest-hoarders.html

A cleaning specialist who empties hoarders homes reveals the worst things he has ever found including bottles of urine, jars of faeces and custom-made sex toys.  

George Mensah is regularly tasked with gutting properties that are full to the brim with unusual and disturbing collections.

One of the more shocking discoveries Mr Mensah has made was basement packed with bondage accessories, porn dvds and magazines.

Mr Mensah, who owns the Merseyside House Clearance company, regularly comes across fingernail cuttings and once even discovered a collection of dead cats, reports the Liverpool Echo.



 

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Mounds of shit everywhere...but at least the xbox is working!

I've read through that and as gross as it is, it's quite tame compared with some of the stuff I've heard about. There's much worse out there.

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2 minutes ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Mounds of shit everywhere...but at least the xbox is working!

I've read through that and as gross as it is, it's quite tame compared with some of the stuff I've heard about. There's much worse out there.

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1 hour ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Mounds of shit everywhere...but at least the xbox is working!

I've read through that and as gross as it is, it's quite tame compared with some of the stuff I've heard about. There's much worse out there.

Obviously someone stole the recycling bin looking at the piles of plastic milk bottles.

Real hoarders have so much junk in rooms that you can't get in them. The stuff is often nearly up to the ceiling. That photo is mild by comparison. 

 

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1 minute ago, Virgil Caine said:

The number of milk bottles suggests the occupant ate a lot of cereal or perhaps was running some small scale butter, cheese and yoghurt making business from  the place.

Ah. I'd assumed those were the home made sex toys.

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