Pontins nightmare undoes dads counselling as he finds human faeces in sink

A disgusted dad claims he found human faeces smeared on a sink at Pontins.

George Bradshaw, 43, left the holiday company's Camber Sands resort furious about both the staff and his family of eight's accommodation.

Their East Sussex getaway took an immediate down turn when they walked into one of their two chalets to find a sink smudged with poo, George says.

Unfortunately for the dad-of-five who made a last minute booking for a week-long holiday in August, the filthy basin was just the start of their frustrations.

Courier George from Greenwich, south-east London says he and wife Katie, 37, and brother were appalled after shelling out a significant amount for the trip.

George told the Mirror: "I thought it was a big name, we wouldn't have any problems there. How wrong I was.

"We walked in and there was human faeces wiped around the base of the sink," he said.

And the group's problems did not end there for George who claims there was a long list of alleged issues he discovered.

He said: "There was a plant growing out of the walls, the chest of drawers – it was hanging off.

"Someone had tried to nick a smoke alarm in the room, there were marks all over the floors and the doors wouldn't lock properly."

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George said he, his wife and brother were not happy with the state of the rooms but stayed so as to not disappoint the kids.

But an alleged clash over tickets for one activity saw the dad lose his temper with staff, claiming they had a 'rude attitude'.

He said: "I had a meltdown. They had an event running for the children. It was a breakfast with the characters they have.

"It was £3 a child. My brother paid for them. The next morning, the kids have gone up to queue for the breakfast with my eldest daughter.

"She phoned me and said: 'They've told us we have the wrong tickets'."

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George said he then went up to the activity area, where he was told in person that the wrong tickets had been purchased.

And he claims it was then that one of the Bluecoats – the in-house entertainers – got involved.

George said: "He said: 'We wouldn't have sold you that ticket'. I said: "So what, are you saying I'm a liar or a thief?'.

"He just shrugged his shoulders. My little boy wanted to go home after that.

"Then the manager came out and said it was my fault – it should have been a pink ticket, not a blue ticket.

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George said that, following his experience, he and his family have vowed not to return to Pontins.

He added that he suffers from mental health issues – which he claims the stay exacerbated.

"The state of the place we stayed in – it's just disgusting," he said.

"They have undone three months of counselling and medication for me."

The Daily Star has approached Pontins for comment.

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