A FURIOUS tenant was branded a "Karen" after their furious letter to "brain dead morons" over sorting of rubbish into bins.
The blunt note to other residents at an apartment building in Bondi, Australia, slammed their failure to put the correct items in rubbish bins.
"To all the brain dead morons in this building," it began before explaining what sort of rubbish should be placed into each colour-coded bin.
"Yellow – plastic, glass, empty cans.
"Blue – paper.
"Red – rest of rubbish.
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"So please behave or f*** off home to your mother to look after you!!!"
Karen is a pejorative term used as slang for a middle-class white woman who is perceived as entitled or demanding beyond the scope of what is normal.
The term is often portrayed in memes depicting middle-class white women who "use their white and class privilege to demand their own way".
The note was found by a neighbour, who shared a photo of it to the local community Facebook page.
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"Who's the Karen who left this note in my building?" they wrote.
The post caught the attention of hundreds of locals who had mixed views on the letter's abrupt wording.
Some thought the letter writer was too aggressive and said being "rude" was not the way to solve the issue.
"Joizus. This guy needs a hug or a joint!" one commented.
"Put the note in the blue bin, obviously," another replied.
While a third said: "Someone is off their meds".
But others agreed with the angry Karen, saying they would they would like a similar sign put up where they live.
"I'm with Karen on this one," one wrote.
"Place this on every unit block," another said.
A third added: "And flatten cardboard boxes before throwing them in the bin."
"To be fair someone needs to say it, it makes lives easier if people did things right first time," a fourth replied.
Waverley Council operates a four-bin kerbside waste and recycling collection service for local households.
It collects waste to landfill, comingled containers, paper and cardboard, and garden waste.
Waverly Council's website warns that putting the wrong items in the yellow lid bin can result in the bin contents going to landfill instead of being recycled.
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It urges people to not put household garbage, plastic bags, non-recyclable glass, electronics or clothing into the yellow lid recycling bin.
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