These are the random things I find at the end of the night when I work in a nightclub.
THERE’S nothing worse than realizing you’ve misplaced your belongings the morning after a night out.
Phones, cards, and keys are among the most frequently misplaced items.
However, a Glasgow nightclub has taken to TikTok to reveal the items discovered at the end of the night, and some of them are quite bizarre.
TheGarage Glasgow is described as “Scotland’s biggest, busiest, and best nightclub” in Scotland.
One of the employees took to TikTok to share some of the oddities discovered at the end of the night, and the video has already received 6.3 million views in just three days.
The staff member in the video is seen putting on plastic, disposable gloves and walking around the club, picking up random items that have been left behind.
There was an iPhone charger, an Adidas gilet, a perfume spray, and a glitzy bangle among the “things found in the club at the end of the night,” which included the usual smashed iPhones and “endless passports.”
There was also some “late-night entertainment,” which included Jungle mini playing cards, a tampon, and ONE random black boot.
Many TikTok users were taken aback by some of the findings and expressed their displeasure in the comments section.
“I’ll never understand how someone loses ONE shoe,” one person said.
“It feels illegal to watch this,” said another.
“The one shoe is a classic,” said a third.
GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITHOUT HAVING TO MAKE A DEPOSIT AT FABULOUS BINGO.
Many other TikTok users also revealed what they had lost in a nightclub.
“I once found a full 12 pack of Aunt Bessie Yorkshire puddings,” one person said.
“I once found a complete Jenga game,” another said.
“I frequently lose a shoe,” a third said.
Those are the most enjoyable nights.”
Meanwhile, I work at Premier Inn and am tired of ‘pig’ customers leaving their rooms with food on the ceilings and sick-stained sheets.
In addition, a sunbed shop employee reveals the HORRIBLE things that people do, such as peeing in the tanning booths.
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