Neighbours Warn Couple Over Indecent Exposure


A couple were shocked to receive a handwritten note from their neighbours telling them they were sick of seeing them naked.

The note sent to Karin Stone, 33, and her husband Jay, 34, read: ‘Would you please close your blinds when getting dressed or undressing.

‘We are sick of seeing big bum, big boobs and little willy and we will report you both for indecent exposure.’


The married couple were horrified by the note, signed ‘Your neighbours’, and have hit back with one of their own, accusing whoever left it of being a ‘peeping Tom’.

The brutal note was sent on Friday and contained a threat to report the pair for indecent exposure.

Karin, an office manager, and Jay, who works as a DJ, have now posted their own letter in the window of their house in Lemington, Newcastle, which reads: ‘STOP LOOKING THROUGH OUR WINDOWS YOU PEEPING TOM.


Karin said: ‘On Friday I travelled down to Norwich and my husband said “you will never believe it, we have got a note through the door”.

‘He read out the note from the neighbours and I was like “what the hell!” I thought “why have you been peeping in my window anyway?”.

‘We don’t stand at the window and dance or anything.

‘He thought it was a wind up at first, he said surely no one would be that ridiculous.

‘But from the handwriting it looks like an older person has written it.

‘I was shocked. If they knocked on my door I would have said ‘I’m sorry’ – but if they are that much of a prude, they have gone into quite a description.’

The couple don’t know exactly who sent the letter, but said they could see the funny side.

‘I think it is really funny, in particular how they describe my husband as having a little willy. It was quite offensive, I thought “how dare you?”.

‘My husband said “I am now going to be known as having a little willy rather than a DJ”. I think it’s hilarious.’

After posting their response in their window yesterday afternoon, Karin admitted she doesn’t know how the neighbours will react.

‘I am either going to get somebody knock on the door or we might have a war of notes. This might be an ongoing thing,’ she said.