Traveler asks strangers to stop making TikToks in hostel room08/28/2023
Friends staying in shared hostel room are branded ‘rude’ after making dance TikToks at 3am – forcing other guests to ask them to stop
- Samuel, from the UK, shared a TikTok video of ‘entitled’ girls performing at 3am
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A sleep-deprived traveller has shared an awkward interchange online showing how he was forced to ask fellow hostel guests to stop recording noisy TikTok videos at 3:30am.
UK TikTok user Samuel T, who uses the handle @tarpaper on the platform, posts satirical skits to his some 600 followers and has previously appeared in rapper and boxer KSI’s social media videos.
He was staying in a hostel dorm in an undisclosed location while Interrailing, sharing with several other travellers when he made this recording. Among the others in his dorm were two girls, who were playing loud music as they repeatedly tried to record videos – despite this affecting other guests.
The clip, which has garnered around 400,000 views, more than 45,000 likes, and over 325 comments, prompted users to condemn the ‘rude’ girls, and express second-hand ’embarrassment’ over their behaviour.
Samuel, who captioned the video: ‘I guess we’ll sleep when we’re dead’, started the clip with footage of himself lying in bed as loud music played in the background.
Samuel, from the UK, has shared online an awkward incident of having to intervene on two girls who repeatedly made attempts to record TikTok videos in a shared hostel dorm
I guess we’ll sleep when we’re dead #interrailing
Over the footage, the words ‘the risk of sharing a dorm with strangers when travelling,’ were written on the screen.
Samuel silently observes the two females from his bunk-bed while recording their behaviour on his phone.
One of the girls says to the other, ‘Are you going out like that’ the other responds ‘Yeah but it doesn’t matter.’
The girls walk over to their propped-up phone and press record while Paint The Town Red by Doja Cat plays.
The duo then stomp on the floor aggressively as they perform a dance choreography in unison.
They then take a brief break to analyse their performance, before one of the females directs her friend on their leg movements: ‘They swing around all the way to the side.’
Both then go back to performing in another TikTok video to Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa, while one of the girls is shown to even have had an outfit change – going from wearing a T-shirt to a sports bra.
After zooming in to capture his friend’s stony-faced reaction, Samuel runs out of patience and finally finds the words to address the awkward situation.
Both then go back to performing in another TikTok video, while one of the girls is shown to even have had an outfit change – going from wearing a T-shirt to a sports bra
Referring to them as ‘Diversity’ – the British street dance troupe best known for winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2009 – Samuel asks the two girls if they can wrap up the racket.
He said: ‘Um, Diversity, I’m so sorry – would you guys mind calling it a day soon just cause it is half three.’
One of the girls responded, ‘Yeah, we’re nearly at the end,’ to which Samuel said, ‘Sorry, yeah, cool, I don’t wanna be a Karen.’
The young lady replied, ‘No, of course,’ while Samuel grimaced at the camera and said, ‘Cheers, sorry.’
However, more footage was then posted of the pair, not only continuing to dance while playing loud music, but showing how one of the two had Facetimed her boyfriend – propping her phone up on a shelf to show off the moves to him whilst on the call.
The girls walk over to their propped-up phone and press record while Paint The Town Red by Doja Cat plays. The duo then stomp on the floor aggressively as they perform a dance choreography in unison.
Outraged TikTok users took to the comments section to express their distaste for such behaviour when sharing a room with complete strangers.
One person commented on Samuel’s patience, saying, ‘The politest most British response!’ while another user wrote of the girls’ finished result, ‘I want to see the video.’
Other individuals were left curling up in second-hand embarrassment for the girls, with one writing: ‘I’m so humiliated for them!!!!!’ while another commented: ‘How are people so socially unaware.’
Some agitated users disagree with Samuel’s response to the behaviour of the girls, insisting he should have taken harsher action.
Outraged and baffled users took to the comments to express their distaste for such behaviour when sharing a room with complete strangers
One said, ‘That phone would be out the window,’ while another wrote, ‘Half 3! My inner Karen would of showed up at 11pm.’
A baffled individual wrote: ‘What’s the need to do this especially in the early hours of the morning.’
Two final bewildered users expressed sheer disbelief at the awkward scenario, with one writing: ‘I’m screaming I would never have the confidence for this hahahaha.’
The other commented, ‘I don’t believe you don’t know each other, because I refuse to believe anyone would do this infront of total strangers in this scenario.’
In February this year, another TikTok creator from Yorkshire was confronted by her neighbour for the racy content she films at home – being told: ”You’re always in your window with your t**s out.’
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