*Holy crap! Pun intended. We all get angry when someone lets their dog poop on our lawn and doesn’t clean it up. But one woman has taken her frustration with this to a whole new level. She has actually posted a sign telling the owners of these dogs that if they don’t change their “M. O.” she’s going to “follow them home” and take “a huge dump” on their lawn.
The imagery alone is enough to make you squeal “EUuuuu!”
Suffice it to say, nobody has pooped on the lawn of Annie Preece, a street artist and muralist, since she posted the threatening sign. She goes by the name “Annie Love,” as an artist and lives in the Los Angeles area.
Preece became so frustrated with neighbors who are careless with their dogs “business” that she posted the sign to the public – warning anyone who doesn’t clean up after their pet to take heed, according to
The cardboard sign admonishes dog owners, and says Preece will “personally follow you back to your home, wait until you get inside, pull down my pants and take a huge dump on your doorstep and on the windshield of your car.”
The sign sits at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Sweetzer Avenue and its clear that passersby feel the same (about the dog poop, at least) because its gotten a positive reaction.
When interviewed by KTLA-TV Preece admitted to being full of crap. “I would never really do this, but it got the point across.” The threat alone seems to be working.
Her note, in full, reads:
“To the person who lets their dog poop on our lawn and doesn’t clean it up: First of all, it’s beyond rude. We live here and pay a lot of money to live here and it’s not a toilet. Secondly, if you can’t pick up your dog’s poop, you shouldn’t have a dog. And lastly, we are watching you. The next time you let your dog poop on our lawn and don’t pick it up, I will personally follow you back to your home, wait until you get inside, pull down my pants and take a huge dump on your doorstep and on the windshield of your car. Love, Annie.”
You gotta love this woman’s passion, yes?
See the video of Preece talking to the media, directly below.