The police call the neighbor and leave VERY bizarre note and threaten to find a barking dog in a flashy flat and throw it on train tracks
- Employees in an apartment have reported a threatening letter to residents
- The bizarre letter threatened the violence against a barking dog and its owner
- The management sent a follow-up letter stating that the case was handed over to the police
The police have been summoned to a bizarre letter that threatens violence against a barking dog and the owner has received more than 150 mailboxes.
A number of residents of the Toowong Alto Apartments in Brisbane & # 39; s West received a 25-line letter that included the word & # 39; bark & # 39; repeat, before the anonymous author starts a tirade against the dog's owner by translating the bark.
& # 39; This roughly amounts to 1) Help me in jail! 2) My owner is a f ** kwit 3) I want to jump from this building and die, & said the letter, followed by news.com.au on Sunday.
The management of Alto sent a follow-up letter to the residents on Monday, who said they were the & # 39; very offensive & # 39; letter to the police.
The management of Alto Apartments (photo) has told residents that they are aware of a threatening letter to residents
The author of the note went to tell the owner of the dog that they had already been in contact with the city council and hired lawyers to prevent this evil act & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I'd like to lock you in for hours on a balcony, with or without food and water, and see how you handle it, "he said.
& # 39; I will contact channel 7 … 9 … 10 … human rights … animal rights … PETA …
& # 39; If a board is gentle and cannot solve the problem, I go to the police. & # 39;
Alto management said they were investigating the problem with the barking dog.
& # 39; To everyone who wrote that note and put it in the mailboxes, be aware that we have reported this issue to the police, & # 39; read the letter.
& # 39; We have raised the issue of the barking dog with the relevant resident and they have done everything to solve the problem. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Alto Apartments for comment.
The anonymous neighbor then wrote in bold letters: & # 39; You shouldn't have been loved enough (as a child enough) or f *** ed as an adult & # 39;
& # 39; You are truly a sick and confused individual and are not allowed to own pets. You are everything that is wrong in this world. & # 39;
Although the author tried to identify the so-called abuse of the owner, they then threatened to scale the building & throw the dog away & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Not on the train tracks … but in the vicinity of the driveway, so that other tenants could see that the dog is free from a painful life of abuse & # 39 ;.
The author of the note went on to tell the owner of the dog that they had already been in contact with the city council, but had thought ahead in case the council would not act in response to the complaint (stock)
The furious tenant who wrote the letter goes further and assumes that the dog's owner is a & # 39; poorer tenant on floors 4 to 10 & # 39;
& # 39; But who knows that many rich people are stupid and can't even tie their laces, that's why they read this too. Rich wa ** er. & # 39;
The letter ends with another threat: & # 39; At the end of the day I will not be the one in the mental institution or prison where their a leo is played. You will be. & # 39;
Terrified tenants have expressed concern about the anger of the anonymous neighbor.
Some said they had never heard a dog bark in the building.