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I caught a hotel worker rummaging through my stuff using my laptop – here’s how English Headline


A HOLIDAYMAKER has revealed he caught a bungling hotel worker red-handed after installing a security camera on his laptop.

The guest captured the member of housekeeping staff rummaging through his stuff and looking in his safe after setting up the neat device on his webcam.

The bungling hotel worker was caught redhanded as he rummaged through the guest's possessions

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The bungling hotel worker was caught redhanded as he rummaged through the guest’s possessionsCredit: tiktok/@arturbo86
The TikToker issued a warning to holidaymakers after capturing the housekeeper as he rifled through his safe

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The TikToker issued a warning to holidaymakers after capturing the housekeeper as he rifled through his safeCredit: tiktok/@arturbo86

The TikTok user, arturbo86, issued a warning to his followers after releasing footage of the incident yesterday.

The video showed the worker as he rifled  fridge through a series of the guests possessions, including his bags, and his chest of drawers.  

Adding insult to injury, he also helped himself to a beer from the mini fridge – an item that would be charged at the guest’s expense.

The user claims he captured the footage after setting up the iSentry app on his laptop.

The app reportedly detects motion and sends an email to the user when it starts recording.  

“I se it to upload to Dropbox, so I could check in while I was away from the room,” he said.

“This was the first time I set up a camera and I caught this. This is alarming to me.”

The guest said he went onto the share the footage with the hotel, who “handled the situation very well.”

He did not reveal whether the worker faced repercussions.

“Just be careful out there and use technology to your advantage,” he said, issuing a final warning to users.

“I’m in no way affiliated with iSentry, but this worked me. 10/10.”

The latest incident comes just months after a pensioner caught his best mate stealing from him when he installed a hidden CCTV camera inside his wardrobe.

His son suggested they install the camera, which caught the thief four times rifling through his belongings, opening the safe and helping himself to cash.

The money that went missing included £56 put into a birthday card for his daughter, which was kept in the safe, and £227 left in a suit coat pocket.

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The accused later admitted three counts of entering a premises with intent, and one count of burglary.

He was given a nine-month jail sentence, wholly suspended for a year and was forced to pay £113 in compensation.





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