Dormitory: The 20-year-old student who forgot to close the window in the university halls room when he left because of Covid … returns six months later and discovers that PIGEONS have broken into his apartment
- 20-year-old Oluwageorge Johnson suddenly left Nottingham student dormitories in March
- The property staff found pigeon litter after examining a strange noise
- They found pigeon droppings, chicks and eggs in the sink all over the apartment
A student was appalled after returning to university after the coronavirus lockdown and finding that pigeons had entered his apartment.
20-year-old Oluwageorge Johnson suddenly had to leave his student dormitories in Nottingham in March before being banned.
Last week he received an email telling him that the property staff had found his apartment covered in pigeon droppings, eggs in the sink and a chick under his clothes.
Nottingham Trent University's 20-year-old student Oluwageorge Johnson received an email from staff at the property saying they found pigeon droppings in his apartment
Mr Johnson suddenly had to leave his home in March due to the coronavirus lockdown and left a window open when he left
Staff said Mr Johnson they were investigating a "strange noise" from his room when they found the mess.
Johnson, a media and communications student from Enfield, north London, said, “I just wish I hadn't seen it myself. Then maybe I could sleep at night.
“I wanted to go back to university last week, but I'll wait a bit now. I'll never leave a window open again. Everyone shook.
Mr Johnson of Enfield, North London, said he wished he hadn't seen the mess the pigeons themselves had left
Staff found the mess the pigeons left after examining a strange noise coming from the apartment
They also found eggs in the sink and a chick in the downtown accommodation
“Coronavirus was something like my parents appeared out of the blue to take me home.
“People said the military was deployed and my parents are dramatic.
I left my window open and was gone for about five months.
Mr Johnson had left some clothes in his apartment and said he now has an opportunity to buy new ones although it is a shame some are gone
"I left a few random things I didn't need, like a toaster and clothes that I wouldn't wear in the summer."
He added, “I had an email saying that the staff had heard noises coming from my room.
& # 39; My sneakers were covered in feces and my toaster. I'm just glad I didn't come in and find it. That would have been terrible.
"It's an opportunity to buy new clothes, but it's a shame some of it is gone."