“This crazy fucking nut lives on my street. I’ll post more as he changes them up!” -Anonymous
“My neighbors are a nasty mess. They threw everything out of their shed and they are going to make it into a chicken coop and have chickens. What are they going to do with the mess? Why, leave it lay there of course! Can’t imagine what the inside of the house looks like.” – Jay Martin
“In addition to maintaining a scrap yard and dive bar in the midst of our historic and otherwise picturesque main street, they pile their garbage at the curb rather than in the alley. Many negative comments from tourists.” – Richard Baker
We’ve all seen that house that makes you say “wow, glad I don’t live next to that shit!” Sometimes, you’re the lucky person that has to live next to it.
Here’s a bunch of “those” from various parts of Vermont:
We have no patience for Animal Cruelty here at Neighbor Shame. Our friends over at White Trash Repairs tipped us off on this scummy low-life neighbor. Andrea (the white trash bitch shown in the picture above) will be getting a personalized and colorful Shame Notice in the mail from yours truly. Here’s her story:
He may be man’s best friend. But officials say Andrea Curiel, 29, of Boynton Beach treated her dog like her worst enemy. About two weeks ago, authorities went to Heron Pointe Apartments, 10026 Boynton Place Circle in Boynton Beach, after getting a tip about a caged dog on a third floor balcony, with its mouth taped shut with duct-tape.
“He was in a crate with duct-tape wrapped around his mouth, and wrapped behind his head to prevent him from clawin’ it off. Luckily somebody saw this, because this is a horrible situation for a dog.
This person was in the right spot at the right time,” said Capt. David Walesky, Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control spokesman. “I just can’t believe that people could actually do that to animals. That’s like your child, you know,” said Robin Erwin, a neighbor. The dog, a male pit-bull, is now recovering at Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control and will soon be put up for adoption.