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This Contractor Learns Just How Much Money Can Buy After His Site Turns Into A Crime Scene

By Nina / jeudi 18 janvier 2018 05:30
When some teenagers break into their house while they were on vacation, these vacationing property owners pay off their contractor to take care of the problem for them. While that means big bucks for this contractor, the amount of damage control he’s now in charge of is a huge FML for him. To think, all he wanted was to lay some floor boards in peace. Smh.

Kevin has been a contractor for 35 years, so he know more or less what to expect when on the job. Very rarely are there surprises. But when doing work for a wealthy couple while they were on vacation, he found himself in an inconvenient and quickly-escalating situation, in which he learned exactly how much money can by.

As do all the great storytellers of the 21st centuries, he told his story on Twitter.

He handles it in true dad form.

Not too fast, disheveled teen. Let's see what pops has to say.

But apparently nobody's going to make this easy.

Definition of 'Not My Job'

Cha-chinggg

All I $ee is $igns, All I $ee is dolla $igns 

Gasp!

Yes, the answer is yes.

Pretty standard? Glad you're managing well, Kevin. 

Who else has a contracting FML? Let us know!

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By  Pheonix91  |  13

There are no pics on his Tweets, and I think the one on the article is just a random mansion, not theirs specifically. He didn't name any names, give an address, or even mention what state he's in. He's maybe not being the most discreet telling the story online, but I don't think there's enough info there to tell anyone who wasn't already involved who the story is about or where this (semi-)unattended house is.

By  mt21mt  |  15

That's a shame, it seems like these people really trusted their contractor, and he blew it by posting pictures of their house, private information about their son, and the fact they are away for the winter, onto the internet, for anyone to see.

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By  mt21mt  |  15

That's a shame, it seems like these people really trusted their contractor, and he blew it by posting pictures of their house, private information about their son, and the fact they are away for the winter, onto the internet, for anyone to see.

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  Pheonix91  |  13

There are no pics on his Tweets, and I think the one on the article is just a random mansion, not theirs specifically. He didn't name any names, give an address, or even mention what state he's in. He's maybe not being the most discreet telling the story online, but I don't think there's enough info there to tell anyone who wasn't already involved who the story is about or where this (semi-)unattended house is.

By  thatslifeiguess7  |  13

What a nightmare. My dad was owned a catering company we would get paid extra to go to this one house when the kids,had parties as teens and in college. I did it once never again. Cops called drugs and booze everywhere

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