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Woman Doesn't Stop Builders Who Turn Up At The Wrong House

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Woman Doesn't Stop Builders Who Turn Up At The Wrong House

A woman has documented the drama of having builders turn up 'at the wrong house', not stopping them as they start work in her back garden - although not everyone's buying her story.

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TikToker Chloe (@chloefountainn) shared a series of videos about what happened, explaining in the first that the workers were 'at the wrong house'.

As a dump truck unloads a huge mound of stones outside her house, Chloe can be heard saying: "You've got the wrong house! You have the wrong house! Oh no, you have the wrong house!

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"This is a big mess up."

However, she decided not to go and stop them.

In a follow-up clip - which has racked up 14.5 million views - she said: "Well, they're at the wrong house but I'm not going to stop them because I'd love to have free concrete - or a deck, whatever they're building.

"I'll let you know in part three how it looks."

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Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn
Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn

Chloe then filmed herself speaking to camera from inside her house, while work continued outside.

She said: "Okay, so they're here now, but obviously they're not finished and there's no way I'm telling them about it.

"I'm going to tell them when they're done. I want whatever they're doing down, and then I'm going to be, like, 'Wrong house!'."

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In a fourth video, Chloe explained she had no idea what they were doing with her garden, as the work was obviously not something she'd commissioned.

She continued: "Update number four. Like I said, I do not know if this is going to be concrete or a deck. It's a complete surprise because they're at the wrong house, right?

"So if you know what this is going to be - it's all stone - let me know."

Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn
Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn
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She captioned her post: "Yes I'll pay lol."

Before Chloe confirmed she'd be paying, many people commented to say it was 'theft'.

One TikToker wrote: "This is theft of service."

Another said: "If she is really letting them work and they're not supposed to be there is she gonna pay them after they're done? If not that's theft."

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Another asked: "So who's paying for the work?"

Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn
Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn

Others said they felt Chloe was fabricating her story.

One said: "It's not real bc they would've checked with them first ten did it and anyone knows that if this happened you'd go up and tell them."

Another agreed: "They are at the right house... She just wants to prank them for their reaction!!"

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@chloefountainn

Topics: Viral, World News, News, TikTok

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