"You slammed the door so hard": Grumpy neighbor leaves note to another resident because she closed the door in the MIDDLE of the day
- The woman received a letter from a man four apartments away and demanded silence
- Other neighbors did not hear any noise, while another woman had a similar note
- Photo was posted on Facebook with members who suggested how to respond
A woman has revealed the aggressive tone she has received from a grumpy neighbor after slamming one of her doors in the middle of the day.
The resident, who lives in a suburb in the west of Perth, posted a photo of the letter on Sunday at a local Facebook group, News.com.au reports.
The message, written by a man who, according to her, lives four apartments away, has been read & # 39; at 12:15, you slammed your door shut so hard. Why do you keep doing that ???? & # 39 ;.
The message (photo), written by a man she claims to be living four apartments away, read & # 39; at 12:15 you slammed your door shut so hard. Why do you keep doing that ???? & # 39;
& # 39; Aggressive. Is this an aesthetic or intimidation? (This really happened) note left on my doorstep, & she asked other group members.
The woman said the man yelled at her two months earlier, but it was the first note she had received.
But when she spoke to other neighbors, they said she had never heard her make a noise.
& # 39; I asked my neighbors on either side of me if they could hear my door. They both said they didn't hear anything. But this crazy man has chosen to accuse me. & # 39;
Another woman, who lives in the same suburb, noted that she had also received notes from her neighbor.
& # 39; (I) received a similarly typed aggressive message from this man below me 2 doors down that was clearly intended for the next door except that the next is an Airbnb, & # 39; she wrote.
The woman, who recognized the name, believed that both banknotes might have come from the same sender.
Another woman, who lives in the same suburb, said she had received similar notes from her neighbor
& # 39; Omg, I think it's him, & # 39; she answered.
Commentators quickly gave suggestions on how to solve the problem.
& # 39; Just don't beat it & # 39 ;, one person wrote.
Another man suggested: & # 39; Talk directly to the noter and ask them to send you a message the next time it happens so that you know if it is you and if they really give enough to politely report you on a channel that you have chosen. & # 39;
Others thought she should make more noise.
& # 39; Time to invest and learn to play drums, & # 39; a man joked.
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news (t) Perth