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People have been coming to walt Disney World, in the hope of meeting a friendly little mice, do not deal with the roaches, and any visible wiring.
They certainly aren’t looking for used condoms in their rooms.
Michael and Paul Atwal-Brice, to claim that when they checked into their hotel room, they found a horrifying scene: dead cockroaches, exposed wiring and a used condom on the bed.
A couple from England, claimed that when they checked into their hotel room at walt Disney World in Florida, they found exposed wiring, a dead cockroach and a used condom on the bed. When they switched rooms, things were not much better.
Michael and Paul Atwal-Brice have two adopted sons, Levi and Lucas at the walt Disney World vacation will cost about $13,000, the Mirror reports. The two boys are autistic and unable to speak, along with those suffering from epilepsy or asthma.
According to Michael, who spoke to the Mirror, “you could tell that the room was dirty, when we noticed a dead cockroach, which was pretty great. There was a lot of exposed wiring. Our young people have no sense of danger, so that they are easily able to stick their fingers in.
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Once you’ve claimed the room was too dirty to have a dog in this, he went on, “It has been a holiday from hell so far. Dead roaches and other insects in the room, a broken lamp with exposed wires, and, worst of all, it is a used condom on the bed. The boys could have been the cockroach, and it can be very easy to hit a condom on if she’s dropping out of their bouncy-ball on the side of the bed. That’s what shocked us all. Not only have We booked the hotel. We’ve purposely booked this resort, and spent a huge amount of money to make it magical and special.”
Michael summed up his experience by saying: “It was a great start to the holiday.”
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When they spoke to the front desk, they were moved to another room, the Mirror reports. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a second room was just as dirty, along with the have to have of a live centipede to crawl around the room.
After getting management involved, and the family was believed to have been a free upgrade to a room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.
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In a statement, obtained by the Mirror, a spokesperson for Disney said: “While we believe the claims are exaggerated, and took a number of steps to improve their time.