I spent £85 on a 'Grinch visit' – only for him to trash my house and pour a bottle of JUICE on my son

A MUM was furious after paying £85 for a "Grinch" experience – that left her house totally trashed.

Laura Magill said she was "disgusted" by the experience after the "Grinch" smashed eggs on her floor, covered the kitchen tiles in Fairy Liquid and poured JUICE on her son.

She wrote on Facebook: "So, paid £85 forGrinch visit…advertises the Grinch to come in, mess the kids' bed, have pillow fights, put toilet rill around your Christmas tree and pictures at the end."

Laura goes on: "Versus what I got, every single bit of party food, expensive cupcakes thrown all over the place, tree decorations broke!

"Fairy Liquid poured on my kitchen floor, eggs smashed a full bottle of juice poured over my floor and SON!

"Kid's new onesie ruined.

"Highly DO NOT recommend, emailed and complained no reply.

"The Grinch definitely came and stole Christmas. Never been so disgusted in my life!"

Laura also said the experience advertised pictures with the kids – but she kicked the Grinch out before they could snap any pictures, as she was fuming.

The mum accompanied her post with pictures showing the carnage caused by the mystery Grinch.

Laura's delicious-looking spread featuring cookies, Grinch cupcakes, crisps, dips and all manner of other delicious treats have been smeared across her spotless living room floor.

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What appears to be green icing from the cupcakes is smooshed into the wooden floor, with crumbling biscuits and crisps scattered round it.

A pink feather boa, silver tray – and what appears to be a rogue Christmas decoration – also join the chaos.

But some social media users couldn't understand why Laura was so upset.

Chris tweeted: "Paid for the Grinch, got the Grinch. No pleasing some people."

Karl Rigby wrote: "So you invited and paid someone to come to your house to wreck it and are unhappy with the dedication and care he showed to his craft?

"You do realise who the Grinch is don't you? He isn't particularly fond of Christmas."

And Tennessee Kell added: "Some bloke dressed as the Grinch literally rocked up, trashed the joint and then got paid for it? This is the best thing ever!"


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