Woman shamed by neighbours for how she dresses when she takes the bins out
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We've all quickly popped out of the house in just our PJs - especially when we've forgotten to take the bins out the night before...
But one woman was left utterly mortified after she received a note from her neighbour after doing just that one morning.
You can watch the video below:
In the clip, TikToker @emilyk8zz, can be seen with her hand covering her mouth in shock.
"My neighbour just left me this note," the clip explained.
In the letter, the neighbour can be seen complaining about Emily's choice of clothing while popping to the bins, adding that their husband had seen her on their camera.
"Hi, my husband can see you on our ring camera - please put pants on when you take out your trash!!! - Your neighbour."
Other TikTokers thought the note was hilarious, with many taking to the comments section to discuss.
One person wrote: "Write back. 'Thanks but I'm good. Talk to your husband, not me'."
While another said: "Write back to her. nope I'm good thanks lol my yard my business."
And a third added: "Keep doing what you want to do, it's her problem not yours. live your life!"
Meanwhile a fourth commented: "I take my trash out all the time in t-shirt and boxer shorts."
The woman captioned the video: "Nah I’m good luv enjoy."
What would you do?
In other TikTok news, we recently told you how one man has warned other holidaymakers after he 'found a hidden camera' in the bathroom of his holiday rental which he says was 'pointed directly at the shower'.
TikToker Mitch Hollow (@mitchhollow) claimed that he and his girlfriend hadn't noticed until the end of their weekend trip that the camera had been there the entire holiday.
"I've stayed at plenty of Airbnbs and Vrbos before, but I've never ever seen a hidden camera," Mitch said.
"I just thought it was a charging block somebody had left here.
"I thought it looked weird, so I took it out and flipped it around, and there's a micro SD card in here."
Later, Mitch posted a follow-up TikTok to share of the some - heavily blurred - footage that he found on the camera's SD card.
He also said he had contacted the company who manage the property to try and get to the bottom of it.