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Former Airbnb employee says host ate ” welcome dog food spaghetti”

On TikTok, Kendall Marie has spoken out, claiming to be a former Airbnb employee and claiming she has "horror stories" about the company. But one "favorite" stands out - and it's disgusting.
On TikTok, Kendall Marie has spoken out, claiming to be a former Airbnb employee and claiming she has "horror stories" about the company. But one "favorite" stands out - and it's disgusting.

As Kendall Marie, who posts under the username @msmysteryjones, reports, she received a complaint that one of Airbnb’s hosts was feeding guests spaghetti bologna “made from dog food” to welcome them into his home.

It all started when Kendall received a complaint from guests. They claimed that the Airbnb host was living under the same roof as them, even though the apartment was advertised as private accommodation. Kendall asked the Airbnb host to change the listing or face penalties. She also noted that the guests were very nice to her.

“She made us spaghetti,” Kendall recalled the guests saying, which she felt was “really nice.” However, the guests told her that the welcome food tasted strange, after which they looked in the owner’s trash can.

“We couldn’t find ground beef in cans, ground beef in cans, or Styrofoam packaging for ground beef,” Kendall claims the guests told her. “We did, however, find an empty can of dog food.”

@msmysteryjones

#stitch with @ken refund money exchanged hands that day and i had people coming up to me all day to tell them about the dog food spaghetti

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In response, Kendall slapped her hand over her mouth, recalling, “The amount of reviews I had to look at and people praising their welcome spaghetti was … traumatic.”

At the time of writing, the viral clip had already been viewed 800,000 times, while other TikTokers jumped on the comments in disbelief.

One user pointed out that “there was no evidence that it was dog food,” while another warned, “Never accept food from strangers.

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