Seeking advice, Ruth shared footage with a popular Australian Facebook group after she was left scratching her head at two house-shaped objects stuck to a wall in her new rental (pictured)  Many quickly guessed whether it was a broom and umbrella holder or a dog leash holder, but both were incorrect.

Mom is puzzled by a bizarre object found in a rental property

Mom is baffled by a weird item found on her rental property – so do YOU ​​know what it is?

  • Woman seeking advice online after finding strange items in her rental property
  • Ruth shared images of two house-shaped objects taped to the wall
  • At first, many thought the product was a broom holder, mop, or dog leash.
  • But others said the unusual object was more of a keyring missing a few pieces

A woman is scratching her head after finding two house-shaped objects stuck to the wall of her new rental.

Seeking advice, Ruth shared a series of images with a popular Australian Facebook group – but others were equally confused.

“I just moved into a new house. The previous owners were VERY organized (much more than me!). They had places and systems and nooks for everything,” she wrote.

“We can’t determine what some of the things they installed are for.”

Seeking advice, Ruth shared footage with a popular Australian Facebook group after she was left scratching her head at two house-shaped objects stuck to a wall in her new rental (pictured) Many quickly guessed whether it was a broom and umbrella holder or a dog leash holder, but both were incorrect.

Ruth said the identical items looked like “little house-shaped plastic objects” placed on the side of the fridge wall.

In the comments, many quickly guessed whether it was a broom and umbrella holder or a dog leash holder, but both were incorrect.

Upon investigation, another person said the products were keychains that once featured two birds perched inside the tiny houses.

After an investigation, another person said the products were key fobs which once featured two birds perched inside the tiny houses (pictured)

After an investigation, another person said the products were key fobs which once featured two birds perched inside the tiny houses (pictured)

Once the purpose was discovered, others questioned why previous tenants had only taken the bird keychains and not the entire wall device.

Ruth added: “There are no birds among the keys they left behind.”

In the kitchen, she was also blocked by a strange device stuck under one of the cupboards.

Ruth described it as a “green flat thing with maybe some sort of blade or metal on one side”.

In the kitchen, Ruth was also blocked by an appliance stuck under one of the odd cupboards (pictured)  She described it as a

In the kitchen, Ruth was also blocked by an appliance stuck under one of the odd cupboards (pictured) She described it as a “green flat thing with maybe some sort of blade or metal on one side”

Unlike the keychain, many knew the product was a jar or lid opener

Unlike the keychain, many knew the product was a jar or lid opener

Unlike the keyholder, many knew exactly what the object was and what it was used for.

Others online have informed Ruth that the product is a jar or can opener, and similar items can be purchased online today.

‘Thanks!!! Now I just need to figure out how it works,” Ruth wrote.

Earlier this month, bargain hunters were left baffled by a bizarre metallic gadget that ‘looks like an old-fashioned torture device’ that was spotted in a Sydney Op Shop.

Earlier this month, bargain hunters were baffled by a bizarre metallic gadget that

Amy, from Manly, posted a photo of the metal ornament on Facebook - asking if anyone knows what it is.

Earlier this month, bargain hunters were left baffled by a bizarre metallic gadget that ‘looks like an old-fashioned torture device’ that was spotted in a Sydney Op Shop. Amy, from Manly, posted a photo of the metal ornament on Facebook – asking if anyone knows what it is.

Shopper Amy, from Manly, posted a picture of the metal ornament on Facebook – asking if anyone knows what it is.

She showed a device clip – which has scissor-like handles – moving and showing a jagged edge.

“I saw this in the Ops store today and I’m trying to figure out what it’s for because it looks like a torture device hahaha. Anyone know?’ she wrote to the Facebook group I Love To Op Shop.

Dozens of people quickly commented, suggesting it could be a cigar cutter, with others suggesting it could be a riskier device like a sex toy.

However, others have rightly revealed it to be an egg slicer, which is used to cut the tops off hard-boiled eggs.

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