We knew we had to get out; – an Irish family found eight hidden cameras in their holiday Airbnb




Aaron, Harriet and Paul Conroy
Aaron, Harriet and Paul Conroy
One of the cameras hid in the bedroom
The place where the Conroys lived

Robin Schiller

The IRISH family have shown the horror of Airbnb after finding out at least eight hidden cameras in a luxury house in Greece.

The high-tech equipment was installed in every "room" of the building, which the family had rented through the hospitality site for a wedding.

Harriet Conroy, with her husband Paul, Aaron and Paul Jnr, and a friend, found the cameras that were surrounded after spending the night.

Our superb images show the luxury items placed around the house, including a discreet camera in the large bathroom of the house visiting a toilet, hot tub t and the approximate.



The place where the Conroys lived

The place where the Conroys lived

A number of the cameras were unveiled within sounds moved into movement and recorded as well as a vision.

The family had traveled to Athens last July for the wedding of a relative, and it was difficult for them to get new accommodation after they escaped from the premises as soon as they were able to; they can find the cameras. t

Since then Airbnb has suspended the owner's account but Ms Conroy advised that the company should take on more responsibility and manage people who wish to advertise their homes through the site prior to taking flight. T them. t

Ms Conroy, who lives in Co Meath, told Independent.ie that they had taken their first visit unusual when they first arrived in the luxurious building near the Greek capital to the city. T acquisition of keys.

“We got there and the owner said he didn't leave the key in the letterbox, but when we got there there was no key,” she said.

'I called on my mobile and said a step forward into the garden and I thought that it seemed we are looking at it.'



One of the cameras hid in the bedroom

One of the cameras hid in the bedroom

“We were tired the first night so we went to bed immediately. The next morning Aaron noticed something in the corner of the room.

“It's very technical and so he called me and said to look at that. It was a camera.

“Then we started looking around the house. Cameras were everywhere, even in the toilet. It was a large dressing room with a hot tub and sauna.

“A motion sensor in the corner looked everything, in the bedroom corner too.

“There was no room in the house that had no camera.

We shouted at a meeting in the area and discussed what we were going to do because we didn't know what we were dealing with.

“We knew we would have to get out of this house. He would have looked at us and he saw us taking photographs of his cameras.

'Let's leave it as quickly as possible.'

A spokesman for Airbnb said he took action against the person in the house and sent his account back.

“We take privacy issues = very sad. As soon as we were told we had dismissed this guest and staged our guests completely, ”said the spokesperson Independent.ie.

“We have strict standards that regulate surveillance mechanisms in lists and make any very important reports.

“There have been over half a billion visitors on Airbnb so far and it's very rare.” T

The family had only spent one night in the house before they found the cameras, and had to book accommodation for the remaining five nights.

However, although Airbnb had returned the money to the house, the family said that there was no compensation for the event and that it was difficult for them to find accommodation that was similar to the house.

“We went down to my sister's place and we sang Airbnb. The customer service was extremely terrible, ”said Ms Conroy.

“I contacted the police in Greece. They said they had nothing to do; if we stayed in the building they said they might be. They didn't want them to know. ”

The family had to put out a hotel that was spending much more as it last went.

They said Airbnb should take some responsibility and look into their home owners.

“I looked through the reviews of the building after that and saw that there were families with families living there,” said Ms Conroy.

“They were sending out good reviews, so they didn't know that they were even aware of the cameras.” T

The statements come a week after a New Zealand family have feared they get a camera hidden within their buildings in Cork after leasing through Airbnb.

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