My neighbour keeps leaving her nappies outside – they always fly into my garden, it’s disgusting | The Sun
A WOMAN has slammed her neighbour for leaving bags of dirty nappies outside her front door.
The anonymous woman took to Mumsnet to vent about the situation – and claims the nappies often blow over into her front garden.
She revealed she was 'disgusted' and 'fed up' with her neighbour's actions as she was often cleaning up after them.
While she doesn't have a problem with her neighbour leaving the bags outside – she is fed up of cleaning up after the dirty nappies.
The woman wrote: "My lovely neighbour thinks it's pleasant to put bags of used nappies on her front doorstep – sometimes for a whole day.
"Presumably, this is because they smell and she does not want them in the house.
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"Rank as this is and unpleasant for the postman, this is not my problem.
"However, if there is any wind, these nappies blow into my front garden, where they fester until I pick them up and dispose of them.
"I have asked her not to do this, but she says she does not care what I think."
She asked: "[Am I being unreasonable] to think this is disgusting and to be fed up with it?"
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People in the comments section were divided about the situation – many agreed it was gross while others said she can do what she wants in her own front garden.
One person said: "Why doesn't she just chuck them straight into a bin? Completely unhygienic."
While another added: "Why can't she just place them in a bin?"
A third commented: "Glove up and throw them back into her garden."
Meanwhile a fourth person disagreed, writing: "My neighbour does this, it really doesn’t bother me and it’s never for more than a few hours. I can't see how a [used] nappy would blow across to another garden?"
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