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A woman was left "livid" to receive a note from her neighbour asking her to close her blinds when she was in her undies.
Alex Taylor, a mum of two, went to her car in the early hours of Monday morning only to discover that a note had been slipped under her windscreen wiper, demanding she shut her blinds because the neighbour's family "don't want to see [her] a*s out".
It came after they spotted her in knickers in the window of her Chelmsford, Essex, home on Saturday night.
Alex had thrown a t-shirt on over a pair of French knickers while locking her door and turning the lights off at around 10.30pm before heading to bed - and unwittingly had a disgruntled audience.
The note read: "It would be much appreciated if you could unleast [sic] shut your blinds when walking naked! Around your house... my kids do not and would not want to see your ass out on the [sic] show. Much appreciated, your neibours [sic]."
Alex said: "It's the most bizarre thing that's ever happened to me, I can't get my head round it.
"I wasn't walking around naked. I was wearing a t-shirt and French knickers - they covered a lot of my bum.
"To be honest they're lucky because normally I walk around in a lot less than that. I just went round as I normally do, locking up and turning all the lights off.
"They're lucky they caught me quite covered up on this occasion."
Stunned Alex shared the note on social media and was flooded with comments from people appalled by the neighbour.
One woman commented: "I would literally wait 'til dark, turn on all the lights, walk into each room, and press my butt cheeks against every goddamn window with 'Baby Got Back' on full blast!
"Must have a nice bum babe, someone's Mr was clearly caught having a look."
Another woman wrote: "It's your house you wear what you like inside of it!
"I'm a naked neighbour and I couldn't care less. People shouldn't look into others houses if they don't like what they see."
A pal added: "T-shirt and underwear... you see more human flesh on a damn beach."
Alex said that if anything, the letter has emboldened her to walk around more freely in her own home.
"It's my house, it's my rules. It absolutely will not stop me walking around in my own home in underwear and a t-shirt.
"Now I feel even more validated by the girls that have shown their support. Some of the comments have cracked me up."
She added that any criticism simply made her roll her eyes.
"I'm very comfortable in my own skin, I have no problem with the way I look," she explained.
"I'm not too sure what their upbringing is to think that that's an issue but also to think it's ok to look in someone else's home and tell me how to dress.
"At first I was really shocked and then I was so angry about it. I was so livid that someone had the audacity, who is supposed to be my neighbour, to go out of their way and leave a note on my windscreen rather than just knocking on the door and confronting me about it.
"The fact they had to leave a note on my car rather than confront me face to face shows they weren't very confident in their argument."
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