...By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media.
A house in Florida was found to be filled with a “stinking hoard of p*ssy beer cans” filled with urine, after a professional cleaning duo were called in to clear out the property.
The house was owned by an alcohol-dependent hoarder, who had consumed thousands of cans of Coors Light, urinated in the cans and then let them take over the property.
Professional cleaners, Tom DeSena, 23, and Junior Lallbachan, 26, were shocked to find the ground floor of the house piled four feet high with a “10,000 cans filled with hundreds of gallons of urine”.
They also found that the house was filled with over 10 million cockroaches.
Tom and Junior found that the urine-filled cans were piled high in five of the ground-floor rooms and the two-car garage.
The cans were discovered crammed into the walls, cooker and toilet.
The cleaning team had to breathe through their mouths because of the stench of urine.
Tom and Junior guessed that there were 10 million cockroaches living in the house among the filth.
They also discovered holes in the sheet rock and cans everywhere.
The cleaners spent four days and used four skips to clear just the downstairs of the three-bed house.
They revealed that no one was living in the property when they arrived, but the hoarder was still alive and living elsewhere.
Tom commented that “hoarding the alcohol, refilling the cans with urine and hoarding that – it is very, very clear that something is very wrong.”
He added that their job is to help people in their lowest point and “get them back on their feet and help them move forward”.
It is unknown what caused the hoarder’s condition, but it is suspected to have resulted from alcohol dependence.
The amount of alcohol consumed caused the hoarder to develop a dependence, which led to the hoarding behaviour. Urine-filled cans were a result of this behaviour.
It is important to seek professional help if you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol dependence or hoarding behaviour.