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Disgusting consequences of lost items in a Perth nightclub

Nightclub sunrise cleanup reveals disgusting aftermath of a typical Australian night out – as revelers leave behind VERY unusual items

  • Perth nightclub captured lost property footage of people on a wild night out
  • Includes sanitary napkin, belt, baby toy, phone screen and birth control pills
  • The staff were also praised, “rip the cleaners, you better get paid well”

A Perth nightclub has revealed some of the weird and disgusting deals people lose on a crazy night out.

The video, posted to TikTok by The Court Hotel on Monday, shows the hard work of staff once the lights are finally turned on at closing time.

Staff members were confronted with a wide range of lost items including a sanitary napkin, belt, papaya cream, phone screen, baby toy and birth control pills.

A Perth hotel has revealed some of the weird and disgusting things people lose on a night out (pictured, picture of belt left behind)

These included a sanitary napkin, belt, papaya cream, phone screen, baby toy (pictured), shirt and birth control pills

These included a sanitary napkin, belt, papaya cream, phone screen, baby toy (pictured), shirt and birth control pills

“How do you lose that,” the video’s voiceover asked regarding the belt photo.

“Someone’s got dry lips…not the papaya,” could be heard when the photo of papaya cream on the disgusting floor surfaced.

The video ends with the shot of birth control pills with the caption “ohh girl you’re in trouble”.

The clip drew strong reactions from viewers, who showed their support for club staff.

The video ends with the shot of birth control pills (pictured) with the caption

The video ends with the shot of birth control pills (pictured) with the caption “ohh girl you’re in trouble”

“Respect the cleaning crew,” one person commented.

Another added: “RIP the cleaners, you better get paid well.”

“Man, I’m so sorry for you guys,” a third person said.

While a fourth person wrote: ‘My girlfriend tried to leave without her pants on and some nice staff helped her get them back…poor people don’t get paid enough for this fight.’

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Richard Dement

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