A MUM has told how her neighbours from hell ring her doorbell in the middle of the night – waking her toddler up every time.
The frustrated parent said she has become fed up with residents relying on her to let them into the building late at night.The mum has grown frustrated with her nuisance neighbours continually waking up her toddler late at night[/caption]
Despite being keen to keep an amicable relationship with the people living above her, she let rip in a social media post about her dilemma.
The mum explained how her neighbours in the apartment block often buzz her doorbell to grant them access to the building.
The first time she answered their eleventh-hour call, the tenants woke up her sleeping toddler with their incessant ringing.
The woman reluctantly answered the door in her pyjamas while “looking very tired”, while the red-faced residents apologised.
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But after saying sorry for the inconvenient midnight call, the couple have continued to ring the woman’s bell.
The mum said she was “sure” someone is in the pair’s flat to let them in, as they also have a young baby.
So she was even more baffled as to why they did not respect her child’s bedtime and continued to wake the toddler up.
She wrote in a post on Mumsnet: “My neighbours upstairs have recently got into a habit of ringing my doorbell at night to be let in in the communal door (I live in a converted house).
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“I am sure there’s someone in their flat as they have a baby.
“I have my own toddler and the last time I answered I was in my pyjamas looking very tired and my daughter awake because of them.
“They apologised and said they forgot their keys which doesn’t make sense as the door locks after it’s shut which supports the fact that someone is at their flat to open it.
“It happened again a few nights ago, with them ringing it twice.
“It’s just getting on my nerves as they keep waking my toddler who’s not the easiest to get to sleep.”
The majority of users sympathised with the woman’s complaints, reassuring her the residents were the ones in the wrong.
One supportive user commented: “If you’re not expecting anyone then don’t answer.”
Another added: “If you don’t get a lot of deliveries, put a ‘doorbell not working’ sign next to it.
“And stop answering at night when you aren’t expecting anyone.”
And a third suggested: “Don’t answer and they will soon stop.”
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We previously told how a mum claimed her nuisance neighbour was using his Ring doorbell to look through her windows.
TikToker Samantha Richardson said she has had to construct a temporary barrier to block the man’s view – before realising he creepily moved the position of the camera to retaliate.