Prankster covers house in wrapping paper – but there’s not enough left for gifts

A festive funnyman covered his house in more than 100 rolls of Christmas wrapping paper – but there's none left over to wrap his family's presents.

Maks Majewski forked out a staggering £220 on 114 rolls of the decorative wrap and decked out his property with the lot when the rest of his clan wasn't home. The 20-year-old covered every item in the southwest London home with patterned paper, including kitchen units – he even covered each section of the hob separately.

The content creator said: "It actually looked amazing. People are saying I should have started a tour and charged an entrance fee to view it.

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"When I started it I thought it was going to take a day or two but then you realise how much work it is. When you look back on it, it was 100% worth it."

The Kingston-upon-Thames house ended up looking like a giant Christmas gift after Maks meticulously covered walls and floors in wrapping paper, even covering the individual bananas in the fruit bowl and each kitchen knife separately. He claimed he spent a whopping five days from December 8 to December 13 working for 18 hours a day to make sure the prank was ready in time for his relatives to come home.

Maks' mum Anna Jankowski and his two sisters Julia, 16, and Suzie, 10, were all astounded by the work but after the initial shock dissipated the trio seemed impressed by the festive ingenuity. Maks said he was worried his mum would be angry at first, but his fears never materialised.

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"My mum just started speaking Polish when she saw it and she just said wow. She could tell the effort that went into it," the man, who doesn't live at the property, continued.

"They thought it was going to be a silly prank but then they saw all the details and they actually complimented it and said it might be one of the best things they'd ever seen."

But despite Anna's initial awe at the feat, she is now worried there might not be enough time to get the house in order for Christmas Day. "We know that he is a bit crazy sometimes so we expect things to happen," she said.

"Now we have to prepare everything for Christmas and I hope we have enough time."

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What's more, Maks hasn't even started wrapping his family's gifts yet – and doesn't have any rolls of wrapping paper left. "I haven't even wrapped a single one of my presents yet so that's on the to do list," he said.

"I might have to go and buy some Christmas paper because the levels are running low. I might need some more."

Anna made her son take down the bizarre decor after three days. However, the family have left a few bits of wrapping paper around the house as a memento of the strange act. "It wasn't really practical but we've left some on the walls to give the festive vibe," Maks added.

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