On Monday morning, Alex Taylor, a 26-year-old mother of two, went to her automobile only to discover that someone had left her a note. Her car was vandalized at 8:30 a.m., and the person who wrote the note had been monitoring Taylor through her window in Chelmsford, Essex, home on Saturday night. The peeping tom had witnessed Taylor walking around the apartment without any clothes on, and she was just wearing her undergarments.
According to Taylor, she had draped one of her huge T-shirts over a pair of French-style undergarments. She had been up and about getting ready for the end of the night. She was turning off the lights and locking the front door at around 10:30 p.m., which was when the prissy stranger had spied her enjoying herself in her home.
The note stated that they did not want to see Taylor roaming around her house in just her panties any longer. Instead of working as intended, the note only increased Taylor’s desire to walk around her property in just her underwear. She doesn’t like complying with the strange individual who left a note on her car in order to satisfy him or appease him.
The note said: “It would be much appreciated if you could unleast shut your blinds when walking naked! Around your house… my kids do not and would not want to see your a** out on the show. Much appreciated, your neibours.” [sic]
The notel shocked her to the core. It came as a complete surprise to her.
She said: “It’s the most bizarre thing that’s ever happened to me. I can’t get my head around it. I wasn’t walking around naked. I was wearing a t-shirt and French knickers – they covered a lot of my bum. To be honest, they’re lucky because normally, I walk around in a lot less than that. I just went round as I normally do, locking up and turning all the lights off. They’re lucky they caught me quite covered up on this occasion,’ she added. I’m very comfortable in my own skin. I have no problem with the way I look.
I’m not too sure what their upbringing is to think that that’s an issue, but also to think it’s ok to look in someone else’s home and tell me how to dress. At first, I was really shocked, and then I was so angry about it. I was so livid that someone had the audacity, who is supposed to be my neighbor, to go out of their way and leave a note on my windscreen rather than just knocking on the door and confronting me about it.
The fact they had to leave a note on my car rather than confront me face to face shows they weren’t very confident in their argument. Maybe they’re just not confrontational, but for me, if I’ve got a problem, I’ll quite happily say it to someone’s face.”
What do you think about the neighbor’s concerns that your mother is walking around her property in her underpants?