Watch the moment an angry resident ‘mails in’ dog poop dumped by a neighbor’s white pooch on his manicured lawn
- An Adelaide man mails dog poop to the owner of a dog that left droppings on his lawn
- Ashley McKay says a neighbor’s dog had been leaving feces on the front lawns
- Mr. McKay said he decided to pick it up and send it to her to send her a message.
A resident who got mad at a neighbor for not picking up her dog’s waste sent her an unequivocal message.
Adelaide man Ashley Mckay alleges he watched as his neighbor failed to clean up after his dog pooped on his lawn and then decided he needed to take matters into his own hands.
So she collected the animal feces, put it in a letter, addressed it to the pet’s owner, and placed it in her mailbox the next day.
Mr McKay told Daily Mail Australia the woman has not yet returned to her front garden and he suspects she will avoid the street when she walks her dog if she goes ahead.
Adelaide man Ashley Mckay alleges he saw his neighbor fail to pick up his dog’s droppings and then decided he had to take matters into his own hands.
Mr. Mackay took matters into his own hands by collecting animal feces from his lawn, placing it in an envelope addressed to the pet owner, and then placing it in his mailbox the next day.
‘He certainly hasn’t returned, not from what I’ve seen. I am thinking that she will avoid the street altogether,” she said.
“Something had to be done and I thought it was the best option.”
“When you let your dog shit on my lawn, you get a special treat in the post,” McKay wrote on Facebook.
He says he takes pride in the front yard of his Evanston South home and that’s what led him to use Facebook to track down the offender, and that’s when he came up with the scheme.
“People leaving dog feces out front is not exactly what we want,” he told 10 News.
‘I thought why not pick it up myself and deliver it to her personally and then she can dispose of it that way.
“Obviously I managed to pick up what the dog had left yesterday, put it in an envelope and dropped it in the mailbox of the lady in question,” he said.
Mr Mckay told Daily Mail Australia since publishing the letter that the dog’s owner had not returned it and he suspects he may now avoid the street when walking his dog.