Neighbour’s ‘used’ sex toy found dumped in unsuspecting man’s recycling bin

A man who found his neighbour's used vibrator in his recycling bin has asked for tips on what to do with it.

Writing on local neighbourhood platform NextDoor, the disgusted Plymouth resident reported how – not for the first time – his wheelie bin had been filled by someone else on his road.

In amongst the rubbish his neighbour's must have run out of room for in their own bin was a "big, purple" sex toy, Plymouth Live reports.

The post reads: "The strangest thing I've ever found in my bin.

"NSFW I went to put my recycling out today and once again as has happened for months if not years, one of our neighbours – who seemingly generates so much c*** that clearly their bin doesn't cover it – has also seen fit to completely fill ours.

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"I was going to do what i always do and bring my rubbish back inside and live around it for two weeks, roll my eyes, feel annoyed for 11 minutes and then move on.

"But right on top of everything was a big, purple USED marital aid (the one named after a prolific hare favoured by the SATC girls in the noughties).

"I'm mainly annoyed because that's just gross and it was in the recycling. You can't recycle that or even if you can, you definitely shouldn't.

"I cant even landfill it either because of the batteries, but I'm not touching it to remove it so mother nature will have to take yet another one for the team."

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After explaining the situation he has found himself in, the unfortunate sex toy finder when on to ask how best to address the sticky situation in a "firm but legal and decent way".

He continued: "I had to grab the box to get it out of the green bin which was enough for me. I personally think this is enough now and will be addressing it with the neighbour (I know pretty much certainly which one it is).

"How would you advise addressing this in a firm but legal and decent way?

"I don't want to cause them distress or anything like that, and i know this could be embarrassing to them. what are my options? Is this a problem for anyone else in my area?"

One local had some sage advice for the confused man.

"I certainly would not be worried about embarrassing them as they show no shame," they replied.

"If at all possible I would pop it in a shoebox (being extremely careful as to not touch it), wrap it in Christmas paper and leave it on their doorstep with a Christmas card instructing never to use your bin again."

Another amused resident responded: "You may unwittingly start up a hell of a Secret Santa for the street…"

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