Crime scene cleaners share the perils of dealing with ‘blood-spattered’ homes where bodies have sometimes lain for …

IF you’ve got a weak stomach, this certainly wouldn’t be the job for you.

A crime scene cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis – from the stench of ageing, rotting corpses to blood-spattered walls.

A crime cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis

A crime scene cleaner has spoken frankly about the grisly encounters he experiences on a daily basis

Josh Marsden is the managing director of Australian Forensic Cleaning, which he started up having run his own commercial cleaning business for 10 years.

He told how the toughest thing about clearing up a crime scene involving a dead body is the smell.

Josh told Daily Mail Australia: “The hardest part of the job is the odour. It is pretty horrendous when you’re in the middle of it

Read more at: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2382635/crime-scene-cleaners-share-the-perils-of-dealing-with-blood-spattered-homes-where-bodies-have-sometimes-lain-for-five-months/