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Landlord discovers barrel full of faeces, bottles of urine in tenant’s room in Accra

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Eyewitnesses and a landlord were left in disbelief after discovering a disturbing scene in Atebubu, Accra, where a tenant had left a pile of faeces in a barrel inside the room he rented.

A video shared on Instagram captured the moment of shock as voices expressed disbelief and questioned the sanity of the tenant, who has been living there for a year and a half.

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He also peed in a number of bottles he left unattended.

The disturbing sight has led to speculation among netizens, with many wondering if the tenant may be mentally unstable.

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Others wondered whether or not the facility came with a washroom.

The incident has raised concerns about the behaviour and mental well-being of individuals in rental properties.

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