As an answer I'll only copy and paste the comments I made in Airbnb about this man and his flat:
"The flat did not exactly correspond with the facilities described: what acted as an uncomfortable bed was a folding sofa, in such a bad state that it was extremely difficult to open it and close it. The bathroom was so small that a person over 60 kgs. could hardly access the shower. A nasty smell came from the toilet and inundated the flat. The kitchen sink was at the same time the basin -it was the only place for personal hygiene and for doing the washing up. The furniture was old and in bad condition. They had not changed the bedding, we had only two old bath towels and there was not a single hand towel. The cleanliness, especially in the bathroom, left a lot to be desired. But that was not to be the worst thing: Upon our arrival, we met Claude -no warm welcome by the way- he just gave us an impertinent explanation on how to enter the building and he disappeared leaving us with his friend, who handed over the flat to us (after struggling almost unsuccessfully to properly close the folding bed that he himself had opened a minute before). Having agreed with this person that the day of our departure we could make the check out at 3 p.m. (there was no problem, he said), when we came back to take our belongings, we have the unpleasant surprise that they had been removed from the apartment . When we asked for an explanation to the owner, who lives one floor up, he rudely answered that he had pulled our suitcases and bags because he had to hand over the apartment to the next tenant. There was no way to make him understand that his friend had arranged with us that we could leave at 3 p.m., we were branded liars. Speaking always in a rude and threatening way, even disrespectfully making some racist comments- we were confronted by phone with his friend, who denied our previous conversation. Amid a hysterical speech, Claude threw all our belongings to the hallway and disappeared into his apartment, slamming the door behind him. Fortunately our passports were there as well as the rest of our belongings but it was a horrifying experience to which we are not used to at all and from which we still have not fully recovered."