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Christian was recently staying at a hotel, he misunderstood a sign in the room and cleaned it, but the way he tells the story is the funniest thing you will hear today!


South Africa (24 June 2021) – Covid has created a weird world; things are so different from how they used to be, and something as simple as staying at a hotel has changed.

Christain learned this in the funniest way recently. It was his first time staying at a hotel, and keeping Covid in mind, he totally misunderstood a standard hotel sign.

You know how you get those door hangings that say “Do Not Disturb” well, you also get them to notify the hotel cleaners that you would like your room tidied. However, Christian saw the sign and assumed the hotel was telling him that he had to “Please Tidy” his own room.

He worked really hard to get the room up to the standard it has been when he arrived. All that hard work done, and he realised his mistake.

Benedicte Scott shared his hilarious story with us, saying,

“Just thought we could do with some humour in these stressful times. This is Christian, he is wheelchair-bound due to cerebral palsy – he is the most amazing and positive person. This was his first time in a hotel. Despite the challenges he faces, he still attempted to clean that bloody room!”

You are going to cry with laughter! We can’t get enough and loved the deep belly laughs!

Sources: Benedicte Scott – Supplied
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