Outraged tenant reveals his landlord is evicting him from his upstairs flat so he can use the whole house for his 50th birthday party
- Stefy, from London, revealed his landlord was evicting him on Twitter over party
- Shared email from landlord which said he wanted to host 50th birthday in house
- Caused outrage with the tweet with many other users shocked by the post
- One commented: 'Be a shame if there was a noise complaint about his party!'
A social media user has caused outrage after revealing that his landlord is evicting him, from his rented accommodation, after deciding he wanted to host his 50th birthday party in the house.
Steffy, from London, revealed on Twitter that he lives in a house divided into two flats, with his landlord evicting him from his upstairs flat because he wanted to use the whole property to host his birthday party.
In an email, the landlord suggested that because the tenants felt uncomfortable with him using the communal areas in their flat for the party, he had 'very little option' but to provide notice to him.
The Twitter user shared the email from his landlord alerting him that he would be evicted, with the landlord saying he felt he had 'very little option' but to provide him with notice
Social media users were outraged with the tweet, with some suggesting: 'Be a shame if there was a noise complaint about his party!'
One commented: 'What kind of loser is he to care that much about his birthday party?'
Another wrote: 'That's f***** up - I hope his party was s***.'
The Twitter user first responded to a viral thread in which Alex Milsom, 21, revealed his landlord had put a cage on his thermostat at his home in Ealing, west London.
An outraged Alex said he was given no warning about the installation, and shared a photo of the locked-up thermostat on Twitter with the caption: 'Welcome to renting in London! My landlord has just put our thermostat in a cage.'
Steffy branded his landlord one of the 'dregs of society' after he said he would be forced to evict his tenants so he could host his birthday party in the house
Steffy responded to the initial tweet revealing: 'My landlord served us notice because he wanted to have a party using the whole house. London landlords are the dregs of society.'
In a follow-up post yesterday, he went on to reveal that he and his flatmates shared the house, which had been split into two flats, with his landlord.
He lives in the upstairs flat, while their landlord lives in the downstairs flat - but the landlord said he would be needing the entire property for his party.
He posted the email alerting him to the news online, shocking fellow social media users.
In the landlord's email revealing the news to his tenants, he wrote: 'I have finally made the decision about the party, as it's such a huge milestone in my life I will be having the event at my home.'
'Although technically you have room tenancy agreements meaning you guys are really responsible for your individual bedrooms, I don't want to commission the use of the upstairs communal areas especially since you guys have said you aren't comfortable with this.'
'It leaves me with little option but to provide you with the necessary 2 month notice to vacate the premises.'
Social media users responded with outrage to the revelation, with many suggesting he sabotage the flat before moving out.
Other social media users were outraged by the suggestion, with some suggesting Steffy purposely sabotage the party
One commented: 'Oh my god. This is an absolute joke.'
Another wrote: 'Bold the door closed if you can! Preferably with giant planks of wood on the floor. I did that all the time at my old place. A wooden beam connected between the door and the opposite wall. Literally no one could get in unless I picked up the beam lol.'
One branded it 'absolute madness', while another commented: 'Be a shame if there was a noise complaint during his party.'