It’s often said that neighbours should be there for one another.
But the latest season of The Block has reportedly wreaked havoc on residents in the
Nuisance neighbours? The latest season of The Block has wreaked havoc on its locals in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda after renovations began. Pictured are crew members on the set
‘Between the noise, mess, cars and crew, it looked like a war zone,’ an alleged on set spy reportedly revealed.
‘Neighbours are furious – they’re late to work due to vehicles and supplies just being dumped in driveways,’ the alleged source went on to claim.
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‘It looked like a war zone!’ The filming is reportedly creating litter and traffic for neighbours of the Oslo Hotel on Grey Street. Pictured are contestants Luke, 30, and Tess, 28
Sunday night’s episode revealed dozens of tradies and set crew had descended on the residential street to overhaul the derelict hostel.
While The Block’s latest fixer-upper looks chaotic from the street, it’s not much better inside.
The couples discovered they’d be bunking together inside of the building, after being left speechless by the state of the ‘putrid’ former backpacker hostel.
Issues? ‘Neighbours are furious – they’re late to work due to vehicles and supplies just being dumped in driveways,’ an on set spy reportedly said. Pictured: Oslo Hotel on Grey St, St Kilda
Rather than residing in separate living quarters in the spacious property, they’re set to share dorm rooms while filming the show for the next couple of months.
Tess Cattana, was stunned to find a rodent in her bed.
While getting ready to tuck in, the 28-year-old noticed a dead rat on her pillow, but she didn’t let the deceased animal deter her.
‘That is the most rancid thing I have ever seen… but I was brave enough to touch it,’ said the blonde, while disposing of it with her bare hands.
The Block’s second episode will air on Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine.
Taking out the trash! An on set spy alleged that rubbish was on the street, while crew were completely swarming the residential area