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Student goes viral after presenting her dilapidated university house

The landlord has to start digging! Student goes viral with tour of a £115-a-week rental house, including a leaking light bulb, a VERY tiny shower and a construction site in her yard

  • Ami McGivney, who studies at the University of Worcester, posted the video
  • The funny clip shows one of her roommates wriggling in a small shower
  • The voiceover announces: ‘Things in our uni house that just make sense’


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A college student has gone viral after showing off her dilapidated college house, with a leaking light bulb, a small shower and a construction site in her yard.

Ami McGivney, who studies at the University of Worcester, lives in the £115 a week property with four friends and went to TikTok to document the bizarre local accommodation.

The funny video shows one of her roommates squeezing into a tiny shower, a disjointed skirting board, laundry hanging on the table, a door without a handle and an outdoor bin without a lid.

The voiceover announces, “Things in our uni house that just make sense,” before the video moves on to its various functions.

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Ami McGivney, who studies at the University of Worcester, lives in the property (pictured) with four friends and went to TikTok to document the bizarre local accommodation

Their door without handle, pictured

Their door without handle, pictured

Ami McGivney, who studies at the University of Worcester, lives in the property (pictured) with four friends and went to TikTok to document the bizarre local accommodation

The voiceover announces, “Things in our uni house that just make sense,” before the video moves on to its various functions. Pictured, Ami with roommate Rachel Cartwright

The 21-year-old said, “We thought all students go through this and move into a college residence that’s always a bit run-down.” Pictured, the ‘construction site’ front yard

The 21-year-old said: ‘We thought all students go through this and move into a college house that’s always a bit run-down.

“It was just light humor to make the best of a bad situation. We actually have a very good landlord, he solved all the problems as soon as we informed him.

‘We pay £115 a week including bills, so it’s really good for where we’re based,’ she concluded.

The video was viewed more than 107,000 times on social media and users reacted quickly to the unsafe home.

Their open fuse box, pictured

Their open fuse box, pictured

The funny clip shows one of her roommates squeezing into a small shower, a disjointed baseboard, laundry hanging on the table, a door without a handle and an outdoor bin without a lid (photo)

The funny clip shows one of her roommates squeezing into a small shower, a disjointed baseboard, laundry hanging on the table, a door without a handle and an outdoor bin without a lid (photo)

The funny clip shows one of her roommates squeezing into a small shower, a disjointed baseboard, laundry hanging from the table, a door with no handle, and an outside bin with no lid (pictured right)

One said: ‘Hilarious. But I can’t believe landlords let students live like this. Same when I was in college.’

Another commented: ‘I would seriously address Environmental Health about this. If only for the leaking light bulb,’ while a third said, ‘I wouldn’t move in’,

However, others saw the funny side. One said, ‘The giggles make this 10x better.’ Another commented: ‘University… ahhhh those were the days!’

The video (pictured) was viewed more than 107,000 times on social media and users reacted quickly to the unsafe home

The video (pictured) was viewed more than 107,000 times on social media and users reacted quickly to the unsafe home

In the photo, the small shower of the roommates

In the photo, the small shower of the roommates

The video (pictured) was viewed more than 107,000 times on social media and users reacted quickly to the unsafe home

Ami added: “We were shocked at how many people it reached. We thought it would reach our friends and family.

“It made us feel a little better about our house. It’s nice to get to know other students who are dealing with it and that we didn’t get a rough deal.”

Rachel Cartwright, Ami’s roommate, also 21, added: ‘Ami and I have been friends for ten years and have always made videos together. We thought only our friends would see it, it’s bizarre how big it has gone.”

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