You know how when you go to a hotel, you do all kinds of gross stuff in bed you wouldn't do at home? Like eating Doritos! Or whatever other kinda gross thing you were thinking about.
Despite the disgusting habits of strangers, climbing into a hotel bed probably doesn't skeeve you out. That is, unless the hotel doesn't change the sheets before you arrive with your bag of Cool Ranch. Lo, that's what Inside Edition found when it recently took some time off from harassing Kanye West.
The show checked people into New York City hotels -- decent ones, like a Residence Inn by Marriott -- on consecutive nights under different names, booking the same room both nights. The first night, the show's plants stenciled "I SLEPT HERE" in invisible fluorescent paint on the sheets. Upon returning the next night, they inspected the sheets with a blacklight.
Turned out that three of the nine didn't change the sheets. The managers, confronted, had such hard-hitting responses as, "I do not know what happened in this situation," and "I expect them to be changed every day." Yeah, no kidding, you and everyone else.