Couple Sent Angry Note By Neigbours Asking Them To Keep Their Sexy Time Noise Down!
Living in an apartment complex certainly has it’s downfalls as one Brisbane couple recently discovered. Shortly after moving in they received an angry letter from the neighbours who were fed up with their loud sexy time noises.
The woman on the receiving end of the letter shared the rather graphic note on Reddit which outlined exactly what type of sex the angry neighbour thought they were engaging in.
Her “traumatised” Brisbane neighbours sent her the note explaining they were “mortified” to be woken up at 12.30am to the sounds of their love making.
She went on to warn them that their walls were paper thin and everyone can hear their loud moaning and groaning. Even the kids!
It reads: “We were woken up this morning at around 12.30am mortified, drifting from what we thought was a nightmare into reality with the sounds of… loud moaning and groaning.
“You are showing very little respect for the people living all around you who have little kids who are traumatised by the noise!!
Your sexcapade was then followed by laughing and chatting until very early morning hours.
We can actually hear every word you say. Can you please keep it down?”
It continued: “And PLEASE PLEASE close your windows when you have sex because IT IS NOT SEXY AT ALL.
“If this happens again, we will call in for noise control and will name and shame your address on the Paddington/Milton Facebook news group.”
If that wasn’t enough to keep the neighbours down, they also added there were “recovering sex and porn addicts” living in the building who don’t want to hear their sex sounds.
It was signed off: “Thank you in advance, your sleep-deprived neighbours.”
As with anything posted online, the best part is the comments section and this was no exception!
“WON’T SOMEONE THINK OF THE SEX AND PORN ADDICTS!” one person joked.
“If daily-life activities like ‘chatting’ and ‘laughing’ are an issue maybe contact your building owner or install insulation. Problem is the walls, not the neighbours,” another said.
“It’s a reasonable request, but that is not a reasonable sounding note…,” someone else wrote.
Have you ever had to write a letter like this? Or have you ever received one??
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