An angry neighbour left a note for a homeowner claiming she "devalued" the area by painting her garage door.
The homeowner was shocked after receiving a "cruel" letter.
A stranger had typed the message and posted it to the homeowner who lived in the same area, leaving her upset.
In the note, the local had accused the homeowner of "devaluing" other homes in the street after painting her garage door with a night sky and constellations.
And while she's very happy with the final result, someone in the area was not, hence the cruel letter, reports Mirror Online.
A photo of the message was shared on Facebook and later posted on Imgur by a user named soundguy who had seen it and was stunned.
The letter reads: "You just devalued all of the homes in this area with that hideous graffiti at the front of your house.
"It has made the entire neighbourhood look like a low income ghetto.
"You couldn't have put it inside your house or on an interior wall vs force us all to have to live with that? You have compromised everyone's property value and resale opportunities by doing it with no consideration for anyone but your tasteless self.
"What a total lack of respect for your neighbours anyone else's value of property or pride of ownership in this neighbourhood."
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They added: "I feel sorry for the homeowners on your street and thank god it's not on ours, but every visitor we now have will have to drive by that s**t on the way to us like they're driving through the hood.
"Shame on you! You have no class!"
People on Imgur were appalled and encouraged the woman to make her home look even bolder out of spite.
One said: "I'm the type of person that would repaint the entire house similarly after getting something like that just as a big FU."
Another suggested the homeowner "bedazzle the whole house".
Someone else wrote: "I'd straight up project that letter on to the front of my house."
A third added: "Can you imagine being this unhappy with your life that something as minuscule as this sets you off that much? Good lord."
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