Neighbour leaves nasty note on the doorstep after six-week holiday

Read the ‘nasty’ note left by a neighbour on homeowner’s doorstep after a six-week holiday

  • An Aussie claims to have found a nasty note on their door after a six-week trip 
  • The anonymous printed note raised concern about the front garden 
  • ‘Your garden is a disgrace! You should be ashamed,’ the note read 

An Australian traveller was left lost for words after coming home to a rude note from a neighbour following a six-week holiday.

The note, which was typed and printed on a small piece of paper, detailed the neighbour’s upset at the state of the front garden and its lack of ‘maintenance’. 

‘Your garden is a disgrace! You should be ashamed. The previous owners kept it immaculate,’ the note read. 

‘It devalues the property and the values of properties in surrounding areas [sic].’

A neighbour has left an aggressive note on an Aussie's property regarding the state of their front garden. 'Your garden is a disgrace! You should be ashamed. The previous owners kept it immaculate,' the note read (pictured)

A neighbour has left an aggressive note on an Aussie’s property regarding the state of their front garden. ‘Your garden is a disgrace! You should be ashamed. The previous owners kept it immaculate,’ the note read (pictured) 

The five-line letter was shared with ‘The Bell Tower Times’ Facebook page and the caption read: ‘Getting back from a six-week holiday to find cute love letters.’

In the comments the moderator of the page revealed the home is located in Mandurah, Western Australia – an hour south of Perth. 

The image swiftly caught the attention of more than 5,200 people and over 2,300 left a comment. 

‘How did they know their neighbour wasn’t in hospital or something, what?? How rude,’ one person wrote.  

The five-line letter was shared with 'The Bell Tower Times' Facebook page and the caption read: 'Getting back from a six-week holiday to find cute love letters' (stock image)

The five-line letter was shared with ‘The Bell Tower Times’ Facebook page and the caption read: ‘Getting back from a six-week holiday to find cute love letters’ (stock image) 

‘They think they’re so tough, but they typed it so they couldn’t be IDed (identified) by their handwriting,’ another added. 

‘I read this like a haiku for some reason,’ a third joked, and another said: ‘Out of spite I’m never doing it again, thank you.’

Another woman agreed and said she ‘wouldn’t tidy up in a hurry’ if she received the same note.

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