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Louis Angelino, who cleans homes in New Jersey to supplement his income, shared the story of how he accidentally went to the wrong townhouse — and left it spotless.

27-year-old Angelino III of Barrington said he works a regular job at a liquor store, but lately he has been cleaning homes for friends to make extra money. Angelino, who detailed the saga in a TikTok video, said he was due to clean a home for a friend named Mark in Cherry Hill, and he arrived to find the key in the expected place under the doormat.

He spent 2 1/2 hours cleaning the townhouse and was playing with the cats when Mark called to ask if he had been able to clean his home.

“I said ‘I’m literally in your living room right now playing with your cats and waiting for you to walk in,’ and he was like ‘Louis, I don’t have any cats,'” Angelino told NJ.com.

Angelino said he realized he had written down Mark’s address incorrectly. He said the address was off by a single digit.

Mark arrived home and left a note for his neighbors explaining what happened. Beth Motzel said her husband, Tom, arrived home first and called her.

Motzel said she and her husband were amused by the mix-up. Angelino texted Motzel to apologize for the mistake, and Motzel said she will keep his number on hand for future cleaning needs.

Link: UPI