& # 39; How cheap and selfish are you? & # 39; Green-fingered woman is VERY passive aggressive sign after her plant is stolen from her garden
- A gardener from Sydney left a spicy message for a thief who had dug up and stolen a plant
- The woman called the plant robber & # 39; cheap and selfish & # 39; on a plate in her garden
- Locals have closed the plant theft, which is a crime with a $ 220 fine
A frustrated gardener has left a passive aggressive sign for a & # 39; cheap and selfish & # 39; thief who has dug up and stolen a plant from her garden.
The woman left two notes on her fence and on a wooden pole in the ground where the plant was once in her home in Bondi in Sydney on Thursday.
& # 39; To the person who stole this plant, & # 39; was the message.
& # 39; The plant that you helped yourself was planted by me at my expense and was part of a fight, and took several years to grow.
The Bondi woman left two notes on her fence and on a wooden stake (pictured) in the ground where the plant was once on Thursday morning in her O & Brien Street home in the Sydney suburb
& # 39; The plant that you helped yourself was planted by me at my expense and was part of a fight and took several years to grow, & # 39; wrote the woman
& # 39; This garden bed is for everyone's enjoyment and an improvement of the general view of the street.
& # 39; How cheap and selfish are you?
& # 39; Is your toilet allowed again on a public holiday? & # 39;
Continuing the toilet theme, the second sign said, "I bet you can also steal toilet paper from public toilets?"
Bondi residents gathered behind the woman and slammed the thief.
& # 39; What a scum, & # 39; said a local person.
& # 39; Wow. That is a new low point, & # 39; noted another.
Stealing plants from gardens and natural areas is a criminal offense with a $ 220 fine.
Stealing plants is punishable and has a $ 220 fine. A second sign on the woman's fence is depicted
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