A man reveals all the items he takes from a hotel room when he checks out

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HOTELS generally expect guests to take home a miniature shampoo or two after a stay, but where should you draw the line?

Chances are you’re a lot more careful than Tiktok user Dutch, aka @dutchdeccc, who filmed himself collecting items and putting them in his suitcase to take home.

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Tiktok user Dutch has revealed all the items he takes from a hotel room when he leaves

He started by picking up three packets of coffee and putting them in his bag, but admitted he hadn’t even drunk any.

He said, “I take the coffee – I don’t drink coffee, somebody will.”

Dutch then collected toiletries and revealed that it’s not just at the end of a stay that he takes them – he puts them in a bag every day for hotel cleaners bring him news.

He said, “You know I take all the toiletries, and you know I have a full bag in my suitcase of all the toiletries they replenished every day.”

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He continued to walk around the room and grabbed everything he could.

He said: “Notepad – in the bag. Bar soap – never use it, can’t use it as I have sensitive skin, but I’ll take it. If I had room for handkerchiefs – in the bag.

“I mean part of me is even like, should I take the [plastic] cups?”

He shared the video with his 1.4 million followers and received thousands of comments – and while some people loved what he did, others called him “wasteful”.

He collected toiletries and put them in a bag every day for the hotel cleaner to bring him new ones.

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He collected toiletries and put them in a bag every day for the hotel cleaner to bring him new ones.

One person wrote: “I do the same. I paid for this, it’s fine with me. Use it or bless others.”

Others were less impressed, with one person saying, “Why take stuff you won’t use? It’s wasteful.”

Others blamed his behavior for hotel room rates being so high, with one person writing: ‘And that’s why they’re so expensive.’

Experts have revealed what items you can remove from hotel rooms guilt-free – and what you definitely aren’t allowed to remove.

Tripsavvy said stationery, postcards, slippers and toiletries are free, and customers are welcome to take them home guilt-free.

But the travel company warned that towels, hairdryers, irons and mugs are not up for grabs, and if you take them you could be charged.

If you’re planning on spending a night at a hotel soon, you might want to try a tip to get a free upgrade.

Boutique hotel owner James Marshall explained that if you check in late in the day, you’re more likely to be upgraded because it’s too late for the hotel to sell out vacancies.

So if you ask nicely, they might be willing to upgrade you for free.

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He picked up three bags of coffee to take with him - even though he doesn't drink it

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He picked up three bags of coffee to take with him – even though he doesn’t drink it


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