TikTok users are appalled and disgusted by a Massachusetts student cleaning up video of a filthy basement littered with dozens of old urine-filled water bottles, among other things.
Colleen Cameron shared the video three days ago, stating that she is moving into the basement room where her older sister lived.
But Colleen's sister left the basement in a mess when she moved out, leaving behind not only clothes and rubbish, but at least two dozen water bottles that her friend peed in instead of using the toilet.
Ew … TikTok users are horrified and disgusted by a Massachusetts student cleaning up video of a filthy basement littered with dozens of old water bottles filled with urine
Gross: Colleen Cameron shared the video three days ago, explaining that she moved into the basement room where her older sister lived
Evil: Colleen's sister left the basement when she moved out, leaving at least two dozen water bottles that her boyfriend peed in instead of using the toilet
Shocking: Many of the bottles are empty – apparently too difficult to throw away – but many are filled with various hues of yellow liquid that Colleen identified as urine
Disgusting: Her sister's boyfriend didn't perform the disgusting act just once – he did it over and over, and the sister seems to have lived well with it
"When I went to college, my sister took over my bedroom and left me in the basement with her gross," wrote Colleen in the first video, which was viewed 6.6 million times.
Shameful: TikTok users are overwhelmed by the disgusting habit
So Colleen, a sophomore student, got stuck and cleaned up the stall her sister had left down there.
In the video, Colleen goes into the basement, which looks like something from an episode of The Hoarders.
The floor is covered with huge piles of clothes and shoes, with full garbage bags left between them.
There are multiple drawers randomly placed in the room, all with the drawers open and things spilled.
A chest of drawers is also piled with garbage, while in an old cup on the floor food sticks to the floor where a spider has woven a web.
Filthy: Colleen also shed light on the rest of the terrible mess in the basement
Illness? It looks like something from an episode of The Hoarders
Start over: Colleen's sister's new bedroom is pretty messy
Most terribly, however, the floor is littered with dozens of old water bottles. And while many of them are empty – apparently too difficult to throw away – many are filled with various hues of yellow liquid that Colleen identified as urine.
Old water bottles filled with pee – dozens all over the floor and hidden under the bed, piled in a corner. Also some empty water bottles
When the commentators asked, Colleen clarified that it was her sister's friend's urine, even though she had no reasonable explanation for why he was doing what he did.
& # 39; Why? I'm not sure, think he was lazy which, yeah, I know, is gross. I'm also not sure why it wasn't cleaned up beforehand, but here I am, "she said.
She added that her mother was aware of the situation and had spent "months" trying to get her sister to clean it, to no avail.
Hard work: Colleen spent four hours cleaning the room herself
She threw away heaps of trash and moved her sister's things to another room for her to take care of
Her house … no rules: she added that her mother was aware of the situation and & # 39; months & # 39; had spent trying to get her sister to clean it, to no avail
Halloween Horror: Colleen's video and follow-up went viral
Colleen spent four hours cleaning the room herself, throwing away piles of trash, and moving her sister's things to another room for her to take care of.
She also wiped surfaces with cleaner, used carpet deodorant, and vacuumed before the room was in usable condition.
The commentators on the original video were outraged by what they saw.
"WHO IS P *** ING IN BOTTLES IN THE BASEMENT ???" According to the Daily Dot, a user asked. "Are you just going to the bathroom ?!"
"Don't be shy, put your sister down," wrote another commenter.
"No more friend until he's potty," said a third, while another wrote, "Throw the whole friend away."