Sydney woman leaves note for residents leaving their dog’s poo in her bins

Woman leaves furious note over bags of dog poo being dumped in her bin on collection day

  • An irate Sydney woman has left a note for residents leaving dog poo in her bins
  • She took a poo bag from her bin, taped the note to it and put it next to the path
  • Another Sydney resident complained about the same issue online a month ago

A fed-up resident has blasted ‘inconsiderate’ dog walkers for leaving their pet’s poo in her bins by leaving a note next to the sidewalk.

The Sydney woman took a black plastic bag filled with dog excrement from her bin and attached a handwritten message addressed to dog owners in her area.

‘Dog owners,’ she titled the message. ‘Please do not put dog poo in resident’s empty bins.’

A frustrated Sydney resident has left a note (pictured) for dog owners leaving plastic bags filled with their pet's poo in her bins

A frustrated Sydney resident has left a note (pictured) for dog owners leaving plastic bags filled with their pet’s poo in her bins

‘It is very inconsiderate and who wants a bin smelling of dog s**t?!! Put it elsewhere!!!’ 

A photo was taken of the note and provided to Yahoo News Australia.

It’s understood the woman had multiple residents leave plastic bags with their dog’s poo in her bins. 

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It comes a month after another Sydney resident wrote a scathing post on a local community Facebook page addressed to those in town leaving dog excrement in her bins. 

‘I’m sure I’ll get hate for this but it’s become very frustrating of late and I just want to vent.’

‘Whilst I appreciate people cleaning up after their dog when they do their business, I don’t appreciate it being placed in my bin right on collection day when it’s empty so I can have the bin sitting in my driveway smelling like s**t all week,’ she said.

It prompted a debate in the comment section about people should take their pet’s excrement with them or put it in a person’s bin. 

Another Sydney resident raised the issue of leaving dog poo in bins last month, sparking a heated debate amongst residents on a local community page

Another Sydney resident raised the issue of leaving dog poo in bins last month, sparking a heated debate amongst residents on a local community page 

It comes after a man in Warrnambool, Victoria, took it upon himself to hang up a sign urging dog owners to pick up after their pets last year

It comes after a man in Warrnambool, Victoria, took it upon himself to hang up a sign urging dog owners to pick up after their pets last year

A Victorian man went a step further to address ignorant dog owners not cleaning after their pets by drilling a sign into a fence last year.

The anonymous man took it upon himself to put his homemade sign along a boardwalk in Warrnambool, in southern Victoria, posing the question why locals weren’t picking up their pet’s droppings.

He provided a series of excuses including ‘I’m a jerk’, ‘I’m lazy’, ‘Mummy still cleans up after me’ and another asking if residents just simply didn’t care about the environment.

‘Don’t be a tosser, pick up your dog s**t and rubbish,’ the sign read.

Photos of the sign circulated on Facebook with residents calling for the ‘brilliant’ warning to be set up everywhere around Australia. 

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