After spending $185 for a flat cleaning service, Genevieve Snow expected to come back to a spotless home - not a trashed apartment and a passed-out cleaner.
A cleaner is said to have wrecked a woman's flat, in Brooklyn, New York, after downing all her booze rather than actually cleaning anything.
The 29-year-old was outraged after two cleaners allegedly made a huge mess, ate chocolate ice cream on her sofa and necked vodka.
Genevieve posted the images on social media showing one of the women passed out, drunk, on the kitchen floor apparently with dirt on her feet, the woman was also wearing a pink t-shirt with an apt slogan that read 'eat, drink and be merry'.
After having to pay for the cleaning and damage fees Genevieve is now $400 out of pocket.
In her Facebook post she said: "CLEANING LADIES DRANK MY LIQUOR AND TRASHED MY APARTMENT.
"I hired two ladies ... and they didn't clean a thing, just drank all my liquor and f***ed up my home. My roommate came home to one of them blacked out face-down in our kitchen and the other long gone.
"My spice rack was smashed, my marble coffee table upended which smashed a stone bowl, keys were gone, booze was gone and chocolate ice cream left on the sofa."
Genevieve, who has used the cleaning firm since 2013, let two maids in that day before going to work, leaving $180 (£138) plus a $60 (£46) tip.
Her flatmate, Kristen Nepomuceno, 28, allegedly came home from work 5.30pm to find the cleaner unconscious next to the smashed spice rack and the home completely trashed.
Kristen told the New York Post: "You know when you are not supposed to be doing something, people jerk up really quickly? They did that. I walk in and see bare feet - she is literally lying right here."
She then left the apartment and called police - but when she went back in with police officers, she said, the cleaner was eating ice cream on the sofa.
She added: "She is licking ice cream and hammered, beyond hammered. She drank one whole bottle of Broker's Gin and [most of] a bottle of Ketel (vodka)."
The police told the Post the cleaner was taken to hospital and Genevieve stated in her Facebook post the police would not take a report.
She also claims the owner of the cleaning firm refused to give her a refund or pay for the damage or lock replacement, so she now plans to take the matter to civil court.
She sent an email to the woman ordering her to give the money back 'ASAP' or face legal action.
The owner reportedly claimed the cleaner who made the mess has been going through 'family problems' after her husband of 19 years left her and her teenage daughter got pregnant.
The owner is alleged to have wrote in an email: "That day when she was cleaning your apartment she had the phone call. Her teenage daughter is pregnant.
"She couldn't stop her emotions and that's why she used the alcohol. That's never happened before."