'Dump him': Neighbour leaves brutal note for couple

Yahoo News Staff
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A disgruntled neighbour has left a brutal note for a couple after a few too many fights kept them awake.

A picture of the note was shared to Reddit, with the caption saying: "When your neighbours are exhausted of your fighting, it's time to reflect on some things."

The person who shared the photo added they did not take it. 

The note appears to be stuck to a wall and addressed to the neighbours in 9S.

The neighbour advised the female in the relationship to "dump" her partner.

Apartment high-rise building on a sunny day.
The neighbour left the note in the apartment block. Source: Getty

"Girl, do everyone a favour and dump him," the note says.

"We don't need to be woken up one more time at 2am because he can't be an adult and hold his s**t together.

"Not one more time woken up by slamming doors, stomping feet and the worst part – hearing his whiny a** voice yell 'what the f***'!"

The note then goes on to say she was "right" to hit her partner with an ironing board two years ago and the new dog "deserves better".

"Just BREAK. UP. ALREADY," it said.

"Please allow us to go at least one month without being woken up in the middle of the night. Thank you."

The note shared to Reddit urged the couple to break up, following disturbances in the middle of the night. Source: Reddit
The note shared to Reddit urged the couple to break up following disturbances in the middle of the night. Source: Reddit

Quite a few people were disturbed by the note, which paints a picture of a volatile and potentially abusive relationship.

Just based off what it is in the note, it seems as though the male partner is verbally abusive towards the female.

Someone else pointed out she too acted abusively if she hit him with an ironing board.

"I’m more concerned that this neighbour is supportive of someone being hit with an ironing board. More context might be required," someone said.

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