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Brazen tradesman accused of borrowing a home on call to fix washing machine

In this day and age, it seems like everyone wants to be a big success online and become an 'influencer' – but the reality is not everyone can be.

But it hasn't stopped people trying to be – even during their day job.

Jordan, who posts online as 'Jordan the Stallion', shared the wild story of how he called tradie to fix his broken washing machine and discovered the co-called professional trying to be a social media star in his house.

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In the clip, which has gained more than 200,000 likes, he explained: "I needed my washing machine fixed up. The repair man gets to my home, he has a big bag and I'm thinking, 'okay, a bag to repair the washing machine. Not a big deal.'

"Walks into the room where the washing machine is. I leave to go do some work in the other room. Then all of a sudden, I keep hearing the same song playing over and over and over and over and over again.

"I walk into the room to see what he is doing. He has a ring light set up with a camera, and he's dancing, and I'm just surprised."

He claimed the bloke then had the nerve to ask him to get out of his shot because he was an "influencer" – when all Jordan booked was someone to fix his washer so he could clean some clothes.

The TikTok video was shared in response to another influencer who was telling people other jobs are needed too – not just influencers.

Alex, who posts as @a2002toyotacamry, made a video saying: "I'm begging you, please stop trying to be influencers, we need electricians."

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Viewers were left completely flabbergasted as they took to the comments to slam the repair man for "borrowing his home."

One user commented: "Nah. See. If I call a repairman to fix something in my home and they do this? I’m kicking them out."

Another added: "He still had the nerve to tell you to move who does he think he is."

A third wrote: "So he's like…borrowing your house? Does that mean your house is nice enough to be used as a background…?"

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