Taking the pee: Glasgow landlord bids to rent out tiny TOILET as an OFFICE for £50 a week
- Pictures posted to Gumtree show desk and kettle just inches away from the toilet
- Miniature space in Patrick is in a first floor apartment inside a tenement building
- Advert was posted 44 days ago and says ‘office’ comes with mini fridge and wifi
A landlord has been mocked for trying to rent out his tiny toilet as an office in Glasgow.
In an advert posted on Gumtree, pictures show a desk and filing cabinet pushed up against the wall, right next to the toilet.
On a shelf just inches away, a kettle and a selection of teas and coffees can be seen among hygiene products.
The property owner is offering the miniature space, in Patrick, for £50 a week.
The advert reads: ‘Small and compact space ideal for solo working.
‘Located on the 1st floor of a tenement building in Partick, the space has its own private entrance.
In an advert posted on Gumtree, pictures show a desk and filing cabinet pushed up against the wall, right next to the toilet
‘Included is fibre broadband connection, 2 x desks, mini fridge, toilet and sink, underfloor heating, lamps, mains supply, kettle.
‘It’s a nice quiet spot and was recently converted.
‘Available from 8am to 6pm Mon to Fri and would provide keys to longer term renters.’
One Twitter user who caught sight of the bizarre offer shared it with the caption: ‘Someone in Partick is renting their s*****r out as an office.’
The images show how a chair placed in front of the desk barely fits inside the room.
One Twitter user joked: ‘Report to Elf and Dafty because of inability to leave desk space rapidly in case of emergencies!’, while another chimed in: ‘Zoom calls on the throne.’
The advert was first posted 44 days ago, with availability starting from August 1.
The landlord chose not to comment when contacted by the Mail Online – and has since deleted the posting.
Cameron Hastings recently took to Twitter after spotting shocking snaps of another property in Glasgow (pictured) which was listed for £950 – excluding bills
It comes after another landlord in Glasgow caused outrage for their £950-per-month two-bedroom home which had missing kitchen cabinets and what appeared to be ‘damp’ on the wall.
Cameron Hastings, from Glasgow, took to Twitter after spotting shocking snaps of the property, located in the trendy Finnieston area.
One snap shows one of the bedrooms with no bed or storage space – despite the property being advertised as having new furniture. Instead, one corner of the room is filled with clutter, including two uninstalled sinks and boxes.
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