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Woman Threatens To Poop On The Doorstep Of The Next Person Who Doesn't Clean Up After Their Dog
We've all had repeat dog-poop offenders in our neighborhoods. It almost seems like the norm in our city, where a dog owner will nonchalantly leave their pooch's poop on someone's lawn and quietly walk away. However, one L.A. resident by the name of "Annie" (although probably no relation to Community's Annie Edison), was fed up with it and wrote a threatening note warning that she would defecate on the doorstep of the next person who doesn't clean up after their dogs. A snapshot of the cardboard box sign taped onto a pole near the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Sweetzer Avenue was posted on Reddit last night. It reads:
To the person who lets their dog poop on our lawn and doesn't clean it up: First of all, it's beyond rude. We live here and pay a lot of money to live here and it's not a toilet. Secondly, if you cant pick up your dogs poop, you shouldn't have a dog. And lastly, we are watching you. The next time you let your dog poop on our lawn and don't pick it up, I will personally follow you back to your home, wait until you get inside, pull down my pants and take a huge dump on your doorstep and on the windshield of your car.
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