TIRIPUR, Thailand — Thai housekeepers have just finished a long and exhausting day of renovations to their Thai barrel house and have been left to look after the guests who have been staying there for the past two years.
In the end, the new owners decided to renovate the house for their guests, but the housekeeper, who was not named in the report, said they had no choice but to take on the responsibility.
The housekeeper who did not want to be named said they were not given a chance to say goodbye to their guests.
Instead, the owner of the house, a Thai man, told them they would not be allowed to go home and said they would have to leave.
The owners are from the same village as the guests, and the guests are all Thai nationals who come to visit the village for weddings, the report said.
They had just arrived from the US last month to stay in the house.
The owner said that after a week, he had to remove a curtain and replace it, but they could not be bothered to leave their guest quarters and the housekeeping staff was also busy cleaning.
The guests were not told the reason for their absence, and it was not clear how long they were left in the cabin.
They did not know if they would be able to return home when they were told.
When the owners were finally able to leave the house on Wednesday, they were met by a group of Thai police who confiscated the items from their belongings.