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Vampire Couple trash Kansas Airbnb in two days, leaving behind drug paraphernalia, blood stains and knives sticking into walls

An Airbnb host said his home was trashed after a couple rented a room from him for two days.

Chris Sayegh said he began using the popular site to make extra money, partnering with Airbnb to list a private room in his home on the site.

“I’ve had people come hungover after a party and needed a hotel,” Sayegh said. “New Years, that was crazy, but other than that, this is the first of the first.”

He says his experience renting out a portion of his house changed last week, when a couple left behind drugs, knives in the walls, blood stains around the room and trash.

Sayegh estimated the damage to be upwards of $4,000.

“It was bad. I mean, I had a manic episode, and I was basically cleaning really, really good, and I just cleaned everything, and I just did not stop,” Sayegh said.

Police came and confiscated the drug paraphernalia. That led to the arrest of 29-year-old Rebecca Singh and 23-year-old Joseph Crane.

The pair both face drug possession charges with individual bonds set at $10,000.

A Kansas police officer has resigned after admitting that he wrote ‘f**king pig’ on his own McDonald’s coffee cup and blamed a drive-thru employee, before his chief shared it on social media in a viral post.

The Herington police chief Brian Hornaday posted the image of the order ticket on Saturday and outraged locals called for a public apology from the fast food chain and for the employee to be fired.

But the restaurant branch said Monday they thoroughly reviewed security video ‘from every angle, which clearly shows the words were not written by one of our employees’.

Now the 23-year-old officer – who has not been named – said the stunt was ‘meant to be a joke’ according to Hornaday who made the announcement Monday.