A sickening video has emerged showing cleaners at luxury hotels in China manipulating the toilet brush to clean the bathroom, including the cups and glasses.
The blast by Chinese website Pear Video used an undercover journalist to peek through the staff at Shangri-La, Kempinski and Sheraton hotels in Harbin, China.
They can be seen buying the toilet brush and bath towels to clean the entire room.
It persuades for a disgusting watch.
Hotel secrets: An undercover video has revealed a treacherous secret in China
The toilet brush can be seen to clean the toilet preceding cleaning the sink and the glasses
In the video, the toilet brush can be seen to simple the toilet before cleaning the sink and the glasses.
The glasses can also be observed to be dried with the same rag that is washed in the toilet and bin.
Many of the bath towels are also acclimatized to clean the floor.
The validity of the video was confirmed by city authorities in China who prepare launched an investigation.
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Hotel privates: Housekeeping can be seen washing glasses with a toilet brush
Some of the guest-houses cost hundreds of pounds a night, with Kempinski costing as much as £370 per incessantly.
Harbin Shangri-La told the South China Morning Post in a affirmation: “If what was shown in the video was proved to be true, it would be a serious disregard of our hygiene standards and it would not be acceptable.
“At the same time, we will also collaborate with local government to properly implement all hygiene measures.”
Kempinski Harbin voted in a post on Chinese social media site Weibo:
“We feel above to learn about the substandard conditions found at our hotel.
B B secrets: The brush can then be seen scrubbing the sink and glasses
Lodging secrets: The bath towels are also used for drying glasses
“We procure been working on providing our guests a friendly and safe environment with undeviating policies.
“We will cooperate with the investigation and strengthen measures to shun similar problems.”
Shangri-La, Kempinski and Sheraton have been reached by Express.co.uk for comment.
The problem can be difficult to fix, with many hotel cleaners needing to top lots of rooms on a low-wage.
Wu Ben, an associate professor of hotel management at Shanghai’s Fudan University, reported Caixin magazine: “Without the proper detection equipment, one is unlikely to perceive dirty bedding and poorly cleaned toilet seats.”