Klete Keller, a two-time Olympic gold medalist (swimming) you probably don’t care for since he isn’t Michael Phelps or Ryan Lochte, likely won’t be using the “Wag App” the next time he needs to find dog sitter.
Keller was recently featured by Fox21 News after he used the app to find someone to watch his dog, Jimbo. The sitter he hired had a superb rating of 4.96/5, but he received anything but top-notch service as he allegedly came home Monday morning to find two shirtless men on his couch and an open bottle of lube.
The details from Fox 21:
Klete Keller said after scheduling the dog sitting at his home on the west side, he came home early Monday morning, around 1 a.m., to something which he described only as horrific.
“The general smell in the house is disgusting, I’ve had all the windows and doors open,” said Klete Keller, a homeowner in Colorado Springs.
Keller said when he walked inside he noticed two shirtless men sitting on his couch. When he asked them to leave, he noticed something even more strange.
“There was an open bottle of personal lubricant and a camcorder on the end table, so it’s pretty self-explanatory what was going on,” said Keller.
The dog sitter he had hired was nowhere to be seen though. He later learned that she was in the bathroom showering.
If uninvited guests making their way around the bases isn’t bad enough, Keller also claims there were “bodily fluids” on his couch. Where was poor Jimbo during all of this? Locked in a room sitting in his own urine — something tells us that 4.96 rating is going down, down, down.
As for the dog sitter who was using the shower, she claims to have no idea about the fluids on the couch, but apologized to Keller for being awful:
“I’d like to apologize to him for making him feel like I violated his house because that wasn’t my intention, I misinterpreted information and I had guests over when I shouldn’t have,” said the sitter.