Neighbourly dispute over nappies being thrown off an apartment balcony
Read the bizarre note left by a building manager after witnessing USED diapers being thrown away from an apartment balcony: ‘We have reason to believe this act was intentional’
- Neighbors in suburban Sydney have had enough of the rude habit of one parent
- It is alleged that someone threw used diapers off the balcony
- The diapers were found in the area below and a letter was issued
- The letter urged the perpetrator to stop their bad behavior
- But others online found the strange situation hilarious
A community of angry neighbors in Sydney has been set on fire after alleging that someone had thrown used nappies from the balcony building and onto the area below.
A photo of a building announcement was shared on Facebook, claiming the incident had taken place in the Sydney suburb of Wentworth Point.
The letter urged the perpetrator to stop their behavior and claimed that a report would be filed.
A photo of a building announcement was shared on Facebook (pictured), detailing the incident that took place in the Sydney suburb of Wentworth Point. The letter read: “We’ve noticed a resident in Savannah is throwing used diapers from their balcony onto the stage on floor three.”
The letter read: “We’ve noticed a resident in Savannah is throwing used diapers from their balcony onto the stage on floor three.
“We have reason to believe that this act was intentionally committed by an adult, as a baby would not be able to throw it as far as where it was found.
“If you do this please stop as this is disgusting behavior and you will be reported.”
Building managers urged others to keep an eye on things and ‘help’ catch those responsible.
Building managers urged others to keep an eye out and ‘help’ catch the person responsible for disposing of the used diapers from the balcony (stock image)
Other social media users took a closer look at the interesting situation and joked in the comments.
‘A fair amount of detective work has been done to conclude that it was not a baby throwing its own diaper,’ one person joked, another added: ‘Please don’t underestimate what a baby can do.’
A third said: ‘Plot twist, the baby lives alone in the apartment and throws them off the balcony, but is not old enough to read the letter and continues to do so.’
“Dear Lord, I’m glad I don’t live there anymore,” said another.
One person suggested, “Please buy a bin where the diapers are found, so they can aim at the bin.”