The Reddit user explained that the Airbnb owner "had planned to market the cottage as part of the property, with views of a historical landmark."
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The discovery drew speculation on Reddit about an "alligator pit" or storage for eels.
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"Before the current owner purchased the house, someone must have capped this off but didn't do anything to secure the pipe," said the man.
The homeowner told Newsweek his wife wanted to call the police, but he has since learned the tragic backstory behind the find.
"Hopefully you checked to see if those pallets were free before you took them," wrote a user under the video with over 450,000 views.
"Why do I immediately think of shoes full of spiders," asked one commenter on TikTok.
"Quick thinking saves the day," commented one user on TikTok.
A forensic psychiatrist told Newsweek that the homeowner should think twice before reacting in a heated way to their neighbors' pending complaint.
The content creator showed users why people should add some personality to their rentals.
Dr. Carole Lieberman, a forensic psychiatrist based in the U.S., said the woman was right to take action.
"I love how they both just stand there, unable to move," wrote a user on TikTok.
The woman's sibling said they would "borrow all kinds of stuff" and the final straw came when they asked for toilet paper for two days in a row.
The Utah woman has installed a cunning addition to her garage that makes a massive haul of groceries much easier to deal with.
Real estate broker Tatiana Londono told Newsweek that these factors are "a weird phenomenon that happens time and time again."
"That's one reason people in AZ have rocks and desert landscape. Dry heat is no joke and most people don't give it the credit it deserves!" said one user.