Found by a business traveler at an airport hotel in Seattle, even if the person had spotted and retrieved it, how much cleaning solution would they have needed just to make it safe? In addition to laying in a field of dried urea, there were some “body hairs” accoutrements laying[…]
An Alanis-like moment from a couple having a nice holiday dinner on vacation in Ft. Lauderdale. “It was a really nice, upscale, 4 star chain hotel. Dinner was great but my wife was almost enjoying her second glass of cab and noticed this little bugger trying to climb out.”
Any other city, there could be some reasonable explanations for crusty material that pooled around the drain in the bath tub.
From radio personality, world traveler and humanitarian www.ramblinrandy.com who was fortunate enough to sit across from the gentleman on an Air Fiji flight.
A reddish pool of left-over plasma from someone’s previous misadventure at a very very nice hotel in Canada.
Not sure how it ended up on a cushion at an airport hotel in Minneapolis, but someone had a happy ending before scheduling their wakeup call.
From a hotel guest who woke up for an early check out to find that he’d had another roommate and that he/she/it passed away on the bathroom tile over night. He/she/it leave a wife and 14,000 eggs in the coffee maker.
From a flight attendant on layover. An odd little spot, approximately RIGHT where someone would have been sitting, at an airport hotel near BWI.
From a radio industry professional on vacation at a major brand hotel in Tribeca, NY. Even when he posted the shot of this towel to his Facebook account, the question is undecided. Face towels, generally, blood. Bath towels, usually dookie. Editorial opinion.
From a mom on vacation with a daughter in Tucson: The bug was on the floor by the ironing board. Completely startled me. It was a good size bug and was twitching around a little bit. I wasn’t interested in doing the bug relocation program since I didn’t know if it[…]