Rangers fan baffled after Glasgow’s Airbnb reservation for trophy day rejected due to ‘inexperience’
A RANGERS fan was baffled after his Airbnb reservation was rejected due to “lack of experience”.
Ryan Brown was trying to book a room to stay in Glasgow for next weekend, May 15, when the Gers set to lift their first league trophy in ten years.
But his plans to celebrate were dashed after the property’s host decided to issue a stark pullback saying he didn’t have enough “experience” to deserve a stay.
Ryan, from Tranent, East Lothian, applauded the host, known as Scott – saying he was looking for a room “not a job interview”.
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Ryan posted a screenshot of the bizarre exchange on Twitter on Tuesday, writing: “I’m trying to sort out a blunder in Glasgow for the 15th and was turned down due to lack of experience… different. ”
The screenshot shows the Airbnb owner declining Ryan’s stay request, writing, “Unfortunately, I only accept guests with previous reviews. ”
Confused, Ryan replied, “I want a room in Glasgow, not a job interview.”
Below the messages, a pop-up notification informed Ryan that his request had been denied.
He said, “Your request was denied because Scott wanted a different reservation.”
Ryan’s tweet has since gone viral, with his post now containing over 24,000 likes and over 1,000 retweets.
Dozens of social media users left messages on the post.
BenGrocott99 wrote: “Should you have told him that you have used your own bedroom all your life, does that count as experience?”
Manlykvic said, “Lol well, that’s different.”
Chrislepkowski replied: “I had this too for a weekend in London.
“No opinion … but I can’t have an opinion without stopping somewhere!”
Darts771 added “Pure class response Ryan. Hope this works for you.”
DannyThompson_ joked, “Boy, you’re supposed to have your A level at home.”
JasonHeinz11 also joked, “To be fair, I wouldn’t want to rent my blunder to a Rangers fan.”
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