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    Totally lazy and disgusting.

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    Ew. Gross and disgusting.

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    Gross. I could understand 1 or 2 in nappisacs sitting outside the front door waiting to be put in the bin on the next trip out. I do this at my back door on occassion. Unbagged, thrown on the lawn - just gross! I'd probably leave an anon note as well.

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    They might be using it as the Australian bogan feral way to keep people away from their house, poor things they don't have access to a gun and sit on their porch like some bogan feral Americans to keep others away so they have to improvise

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    Ah yeah that's gross! And terribly lazy!

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    Could always be worse... At least they are using nappies and changing them. Better than sending junior out to take a dump on the front lawn. Can happen in certain neighbourhoods lol

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    I have a hard time believing that this would be an every day occurrence with as many as 4-5 nappies each day.

    If what you are saying is accurate, obviously the first step would be to contact the local council because it is raw sewerage and a health issue for the neighbourhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    I have a hard time believing that this would be an every day occurrence with as many as 4-5 nappies each day.

    If what you are saying is accurate, obviously the first step would be to contact the local council because it is raw sewerage and a health issue for the neighbourhood.
    Not a day goes by where there isn't a nappy on the lawn. And there is usually at least 4. Some might be wee nappies and one nappy may stay out for more than a day. Perhaps I could go and electronically tag each nappy so I could better monitor the situation?

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    Just take photos and take it in to the council?

    I don't see the need to get snappy about electronic tagging?! I have to wonder about the neighbourhood where you live if this is, as you say, an everyday occurrence.

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    I agree.. We had some neighbors who's front yard was absolutely disgusting.. We took some photos and wrote a letter to the council. Definitely the way to go.

    Does this sort of thing happen a lot in your street/area or is it just the one neighbour?


    Where i live there's certainly some streets that are worse than others.


 

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