(NEXSTAR) – April showers bring… tons of difficulties for new home owners, evidently.

A couple in Oklahoma not too long ago uncovered a hidden shower stall while renovating the toilet of their new property, but the discovery arrived as considerably less of a pleasurable surprise and more of a headache for the initial-time homebuyers.

TikTok person @Mia_Bug very first documented the come across late very last week, in a video clip that has considering that been viewed in excess of 1.6 million times. In the clip, Mia’s spouse can be found standing in what seems to be a half-rest room, applying a crowbar to pry off portion of a wall immediately opposite the toilet. Driving it, the pair finds a shower stall in determined need of mend.

“Renovation finds… why,” Mia captioned the video clip.

In the opinions area, Mia afterwards discussed that she and her husband TJ ended up really created aware of the sealed-off shower when they acquired the fixer-higher, while they weren’t knowledgeable of its problem. Alternatively, the former owners only disclosed “a minor leak” in the shower’s drain pan, Mia claimed.

“The vendor explained to us that it was closed off because [of] a leaking drain pan, and that it was a modest resolve, was not going to price much to deal with, but they just didn’t have the time and electricity to do it, so they coated it up,” Mia reported in a abide by-up movie.

Mia and TJ, who obtained the house and its 50 percent-acre lot for below $150,000, also acknowledged that they envisioned their fixer-higher would will need really serious function, but they were being nonetheless “annoyed” that the seller was not a lot more up-front about the house’s ailment.

Viewers on TikTok, in the meantime, have been each aghast and amused by the couple’s relatively disturbing discovery.

“Someone most likely died in there,” joked a single person. “Put it back, it is haunted.”

“Oh, I can’t envision the scent in there,” one more reported.

Yet another viewer advised that Mia and TJ speak to the past homeowner to recoup some of their money, but Mia claimed it “isn’t worthy of fighting for.”

“The vendor didn’t even repair what was agreed to in the agreement,” she wrote.

In the days due to the fact, Mia has also documented numerous of the home’s other quirks, which include a ceiling lover that won’t shut off, a saloon-fashion toilet door, and a gap in the wall stuffed with “dirty underwear.” For now, she suggests, correcting these lesser initiatives will choose priority about the destroyed shower. But she’s continue to scheduling on renovating that toilet when she will get the income.

“There are extra tasks on the top rated of our record suitable now and minimal funds,” she wrote.