Neighbours shagging in their hot tub at 5am this morning

(295 Posts)
SmallVera Mon 06-Mar-17 11:20:05

And the bastards regularly have loud parties in that festering chlamydia soup with their mates until the early hours at least twice a week.

They're keeping me awake and waking up the DC and I'm fed up with it.

They are really brash and vulgar and alas I am an anxious type and not brave enough to confront them.

But what can I do?!

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user1471517900 Mon 06-Mar-17 11:20:56

Congratulate them on their virility.

gamerchick Mon 06-Mar-17 11:21:01

water bombs? be stealthy like ninja, get the other side of them in on it.

ChaosTrulyReigns Mon 06-Mar-17 11:22:03

Think it would be Zoopla time for me.sad

NavyandWhite Mon 06-Mar-17 11:22:46

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MoroccoMaybe Mon 06-Mar-17 11:23:54

😷😷😷🤢 that is truly gross.

NightTerrier Mon 06-Mar-17 11:23:57

Go and take a shit in their hot tub next time they're out.


wheretoyougonow Mon 06-Mar-17 11:23:58

Revenge is best served in the morning when they have gone to bed. Let your little darlings out in the garden with some water guns and let them shriek until their hearts content. You could also borrow my dog who barks at water fights?!

WorraLiberty Mon 06-Mar-17 11:24:50

Speak to them.

Speaking and 'confronting' are two different things.

Ask them if they could keep the noise down as it's disturbing the kids.

AYankinSpanx Mon 06-Mar-17 11:24:51

Grim. Check your local government website about making a noise complaint if you don't want to confront them personally.

SmallVera Mon 06-Mar-17 11:25:52

I know they're renting. Maybe I could approach the company that managed the rental - I remember the To Let board outside. Could they do anything?

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Funnyonion17 Mon 06-Mar-17 11:26:31

You can actually contact your local anti social behaviour team. Having sex outdoors can land you on the sex offenders register too. I would deffo report them to ASBO team, mine was really good

JennyOnAPlate Mon 06-Mar-17 11:27:25

Is it worth speaking to the police about the shagging? (hopefully someone more knowledgable will come along)

I'm pretty sure it's not ok to shag in full view of your neighbours, even if you are in your own garden!

SmallVera Mon 06-Mar-17 11:32:26

I could indeed see it very clearly. Right down to the swinging bollocks. Not that I looked for long, trust me! I'm just glad it's our bedroom that looks over their garden and not 8yo DS sad

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Gallavich Mon 06-Mar-17 11:33:27

Do you live in Worthing? grin
(It wasn't me I hasten to add)

Gallavich Mon 06-Mar-17 11:34:06

Ps call the police on the dutty buggers. It's public indecency or so something

SmallVera Mon 06-Mar-17 11:34:33

grin Gallavich

No, not Worthing. Does it happen a lot there?

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katronfon Mon 06-Mar-17 11:35:55

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MrsFrisbyMouse Mon 06-Mar-17 11:36:22

fairy washing up liquid bomb

TaliZorahVasNormandy Mon 06-Mar-17 11:36:53

Shout out the window they doing wrong or request a different position.

TheSnorkMaidenReturns Mon 06-Mar-17 11:37:13

Ugh! Take photos next time and report for public indecency.

HecateAntaia Mon 06-Mar-17 11:37:42

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EssentialHummus Mon 06-Mar-17 11:38:22

Oh god. First step: explain politely that the noise from their shagging garden this morning was really disturbing to you and young DC. Hope they get the message. If not, local ASBO team.

If this was me, I'd be minded to blast Marvin Gaye's Sexual Healing out the window whenever this started up. That's just me though.

NapQueen Mon 06-Mar-17 11:38:33

Accidentally knock a plugged in toaster off the windowsill while making your morning toast?

ImogenTubbs Mon 06-Mar-17 11:38:34

Sneak some washing up liquid into their hot tub. Next time they turn it on it'll go crazy with bubbles everywhere!

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