Neighbors at war after serial poop-thrower ‘cretin’ who kept throwing dog shit off his balcony PUNCHES someone on the street: ‘When I find out who you are’
- A neighbor was hit by poop and admitted ‘you got me’
- Warned dog owner they can ‘expect similar treatment’
A serial dog poop shooter has infuriated the neighbors in his apartment complex who are already fed up with his disgusting habit.
A resident of the Unison complex on Longland St, in the Brisbane suburb of Newstead, was so outraged by the malpractice that he warned the pitcher he would catch them soon.
The Brisbane local took to a local community group on Facebook to warn them that they were looking for his apartment.
“Whoever routinely dumps dog poop from their ‘Unison’ balcony onto the lane below at 12 Longland Street, Newstead, their behavior is absolutely appalling,” he wrote.
‘I’ve seen it fall before, today… you got me.
“When he finds out who you are, he expects similar treatment, understandably.”
A serial dog poop slinger has angered neighbors in a Brisbane apartment building who are fed up with dirty feces being dumped from a balcony onto the street. The dog in the photo is not the offending dog.
A resident of the Unison complex (pictured) in Longland St, Newstead was so outraged by the malpractice that he admitted to being hit by poop, saying ‘you’ve got me’.
The Brisbane man also had some good neighborly advice for the dog owner: “Use your designated garbage area, or give your pet up for adoption, you jerk.”
Local councilor Kim Marx condemned the pet owner’s inattention to other residents.
“These allegations are sickening and Brisbane City Council is more than happy to work with the corporate entity of this residential building to hold this person accountable and prosecute them for littering,” he told the mail.
“We all need to be responsible pet owners and do our part to keep our city clean, green and sustainable.”
Sonny Goodens took to social media (pictured) to warn the dog’s owner about what he’s going to do to them when he finds out who it is.
In Brisbane, failing to properly pick up and dispose of your animal’s droppings in public is punishable by a $287 fine.
Queensland’s latest dog poop battle follows another in December, when a woman dumped dog droppings and scalding hot water on a car left legally parked outside her home after a bizarre dispute turned ugly.
The car’s owner, Natalie Mayers, returned to her vehicle to find the roof covered in animal feces while it was parked on the street in Toowoomba.
And while walking down the road, he claimed that he saw the owner of the house pour boiling water on the paint of his car.
The resident admitted to the attack when the owner confronted her, but insisted it was justified because the driver had ignored her homemade no parking sign.
The handwritten sign told drivers not to park outside their house and to leave their car there when they go to work, even though it is a legal parking zone.
An angry housewife (left) dumped dog poop (right) and scalding hot water on a car left legally parked outside her house after a bizarre dispute turned ugly