A Western Australian man returned from a six-week holiday to a nasty note from his neighbour.
The "love note" for Alistair from his neighbour in Mandurah, south of Perth, was shared by the Bell Tower Times on Facebook.
"Your Garden is a disgrace!" the angry neighbour's note read.
"You should be ashamed. The previous owners kept it immaculate.
"It devalues your property and the values of properties in surrounding areas."
People on Facebook did not take kindly to the "love note".
"How did they know their neighbour wasn’t in hospital or something, what?? How rude," one person said on in reaction to the post.
Several people said they would not tolerate such a note and explained what they would do in Alistair's situation.
One person said they would laminate the note and put it out on display for everyone to read. Another person said they would not clean their garden up in a hurry if they received a note like that.
"Let it grow a little first just so the weeds can spread their wings," they said.
Someone else said they would park three wrecked cars out on their lawn and keep them there for 20 years.
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