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When a neighbour kept finding used condoms outside their door, they decided to take action.

After finding the culprit, they pinned a notice to the guilty neighbour’s house.

Aptly, the angry resident wrote the note on novelty paper that displays a grumpy-looking cat.

The miffed moggy says: “You’ve cat to be kitten me right now”, which is the perfect addition to the angry letter.

The message reads: “Please tell your flavours of the week to us a trash can and not the front lawn for his dirty, nasty used condoms.

“Thankful you decided to use protection, but there are children around including yours! Disgusted neighbour.”

It wasn’t just the culprit who spotted the angry letter.

Another local took a picture of the notice, which was later shared on Reddit.

Pictures of the letter have racked up 700 likes – and many praised the resident for taking action against the gross neighbour.

One responder wrote: “All I can think about is how long the note-writer has been waiting to make use of that obviously-gifted notepad. ‘Today’s the day!!’”

And another suggested: “If it happens again they should superglue the condom to their door.”

Have you ever written a passive aggressive note? Let us know in the comments section below.

Passive aggressive notes seem to be the favoured communication method of choice for many neighbours.

Previously, a dad was fuming when a local resident asked him to take down his NHS mural.

Meanwhile, a mum received a note telling her to only let her "giggling" child outside for 15 minutes a day.

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