YouTuber’s garden chairs in Warwick end up on neighbour’s patio twice
Moment YouTuber, 29, whose garden chairs disappear and end up in her neighbour’s patio TWICE deals with it in ‘the most British way possible’ – by politely asking for them back
- Lia Hatzakis’s ‘jaw dropped’ when she saw her neighbour sat in her garden chair
- After her partner retrieved the chairs she spotted they had gone missing again
- Footage shows how she asked for them back in the most ‘British way possible’
This is the baffling moment a YouTuber’s garden chairs ended up on her neighbour’s patio twice before she dealt with it ‘in the most British way possible’ – by politely asking for them back.
Lia Hatzakis, from near Warwick, saw that two of her garden chairs were missing and assumed they had been broken by builders and quietly removed.
But the 29-year-old’s ‘jaw dropped’ when she spotted her next door neighbour was sat in one of them.
Although she said her partner Achillea Kyriakou, 35, retrieved the missing chairs through an alleyway she realised they had gone missing again and decided to film what happened next.
Lia Hatzakis (pictured above) spotted that two of her garden chairs were missing but assumed they had been broken by builders and then quietly disposed of
Although her partner originally retrieved the chairs through an alleyway, the YouTuber realised they had gone missing again
The online vlogger (pictured above) filmed herself speaking over the fence and asking for her garden furniture back
Her TikTok video (snippet above) filmed the moment she found her garden chairs in her neighbours garden
Ms Hatzakis asked her neigbour for the chairs back and he promptly agreed to hand them back over
The video posted on her TikTok filmed the moment she found her furniture in her neighbour’s garden.
She said: ‘I looked in the garden and the guy was just sat on it!’
Ms Hatzakis asked her neigbour for the chairs back and he promptly agreed to hand them back over.
She said: ‘Hiya, excuse me, I noticed that my garden furniture is there, could I have it back?’
In the video the man claimed someone else had taken the furniture and added: ‘I woke up one morning and they were just there.’
She decided to give him the benefit of the doubt.
The TikTok video was inundated with comments and garnered more than 2.5 million views on the online video platform.
Ms Hatzakis added: ‘There were loads of Americans watching the video saying ‘this is the most British reaction I’ve ever seen to asking for furniture back.’