Don`t Trust Your Hotel Room Safe

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in Weird

If you have anything of value you want to leave in your hotel room while you"re out, it"ll be safer under your mattress.
There are 21 comments:
Male 247
Canadians do NOT say "aboot", people who are faking a Canadian accent say "aboot". Real Canadians say "aboat". Listen closer next time...
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Male 1,735
I got a funny feeling they are not attached to anything, I`m probably wrong. However I wouldn`t be surprised to find you could walk off with the whole thing, looks no heavier than a microwave.
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Male 2,737
Canadians don`t say `about`, they say `aboot`.That`s funny.
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Male 239
All electronically locked safe`s that are put into hotels have an override code. It`s the same principle as locking your key in your room. They always have a way in without having to smash the door down. This just happens to be a lazy hotel who haven`t bothered to change the default override to something more complex.
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Male 15,832
1. Check in wearing a solid gold Rolex.

2. Leave a grumpy in a Rolex box, and put it in the safe.

3. Hide a camera so you can post the ensuing hilarity in I-A-B!
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Male 10,440
Lol. How ridiculous...

... and the whole safe-in-hotel-room as well. Do you have so many valuables that you must put them in a safe, yet are not sufficiently protected by the hotel room locks themselves?

If you don`t trust the hotel, why would you trust the hotel safe?
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Male 1,073
"Well now I know what I will be doing. I will find disgusting things to leave in there for the next person... like a ham sammich or something."

You could do that all along... How does this change anything?
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Male 25,416
Well... im trying this next time i go to a motel
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Male 469
or the hotel is lazy and did not set up a override password and kept the default when they bought the safe
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Male 2,796
Well now I know what I will be doing. I will find disgusting things to leave in there for the next person... like a ham sammich or something.
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Male 5,626
Well, yeah, now that YOU`VE spilled the beans...
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Female 1,589
I have this fanny pack thing that goes under clothing that I use when travelling internationally. I keep my passport and most of my money in there.
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Male 5,314
well now EVERYONE knows. i didn`t before this.
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Female 2,674
Although I`ve never been in a hotel with a safe, it`s good to know. I think it`d be a better idea if they had a master key that works on every safe rather than a default password.
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Male 7,830
Good to know.
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Male 612
if don`t trust the hotel and hotel staff to either 1. have a working lock and a door that cant easily be broken into, or 2. not steal things from your room if they are left out.
then why are you staying at that hotel?
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Male 620
Oh, they also keep honest people honest.
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Male 620
Locks only keep honest people out.


True story.
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Male 2,344
Well you certainly aren`t helping to keep things secured by telling the whole WORLD about this exploit, dick bag.
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Male 2,790
hotels have safes? i`ve never seen one...
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Male 20,901
Link: Don`t Trust Your Hotel Room Safe [Rate Link] - If you have anything of value you want to leave in your hotel room while you`re out, it`ll be safer under your mattress.
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