AN AIRBNB host was left baffled when her rug went missing after hosting guests.
Posting on TikTok under the username Sabrina, the host explained how she had returned to check on her flat after her guests departed.
The video starts with Sabrina filming herself entering the home to be greeted by a very pleasant sight.
Footage shows the interior of the Airbnb is sparking clean with everything neatly organised.
Sabrina even remarks that it’s like they “didn’t even do anything there” because the flat was so clean.
As the TikToker walks around the flat, viewers could also see how the washing up was done and stacked on the drying rack.
And the courteous guests had even gone the extra mile and taken out the rubbish after their stay.
But Sabrina’s happiness soon turned to shock as she realised that her rug was missing.
Deciding to check the rubbish bins for her rug, the baffled host could still not find the missing item.
She said: “I know there was a rug last time I walked in here so what they did with it I don’t know.
“I’ll have to check with the cleaner too, maybe she threw it away for some reason.”
But after a search through the other rooms, Sabrina found the rug under another bed in the Airbnb.
Letting out an excited laugh she joked that “the rug apocalypse had ended”.
Thankfully the rug was only hidden and eased Sabrina’s fears with the guests otherwise leaving the abode clean and tidy.
TikTokers were quick to take to the comment section to share their opinions.
And many thought that they had a perfectly valid reason for hiding the rug.
One wrote: “I believe they hid it so it won’t get dirty?”
Another TikToker agreed, saying: “Im pretty sure they put it away because they didn’t want to accidentally stain it or get it dirty.”
A third said: “That’s what I do as well. if I’m not using something, I put it aside so the host wouldn’t need to wash it for no reason.”
While a different viewer commented: “I wonder if someone in the group used a wheelchair, walker, or cane.
“Rugs like that can be tripping hazards for those with mobility challenges.”
“Those guests are so clean,” exclaimed another.