Growing up, you would always wonder why some homes had big walls separating them from their neighbours. As a child, you think adults are on good terms with each other because you're friends with the neighbour's kids.
However, as an adult, it starts to make more sense because neighbours can be in your business especially if you live super close, like in an apartment building. A TikTok user named Ashton Dupre took to the platform to vent about her neighbour, who was way more than being in her business. The user claims her neighbour took her under package when it got delivered.
"My apartment or complex is kind of confusing, so the Amazon delivery man always delivers to the wrong apartment, but that's fine. They would usually take a picture of it, and I could tell it was my neighbour's door," Ashton says.
"So, I went up there, and I asked him, 'Did you happen to see my package,' and he starts digging in his pockets and says 'No, I don't have it.' But like, why would you start digging in your pockets for it." Ashton adds.
But since she has the photo from Amazon, Ashton says she's pretty sure her neighbour stole her package.
"So, basically. I'm pretty sure my neighbour stole my package of thongs and will not give it back to me," she concludes.
E! Nightly Pop Show covered the story, and host Nina Parker asked her co-host Hunter March what he thinks the neighbour is doing with the underwear.
Hunter responded, "I think there's like a perversion problem that that guy has." To which Nina responds, "I thought the perversion was once the woman wore the underwear, not like with the clean pair." Hunter then responded, "No, it's every… guys are gross."
Below women share their pervert neighbour experience:
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