‘Neighbour screams so loud during sex she makes my wardrobe shake – I’m sick of it’

No one likes a noisy neighbour, and it seems one mum is fuming about her.

The woman says her neighbours noise sex sessions have been keeping up her and her husband – and that she’s “sick of it”.

She claims that her female neighbour is so loud during the bedroom sessions that the wardrobe in her room shakes.

Posting to Mumsnet, the frustrated woman said she and her other half had moved into an “amazing” semi-detached house a couple of months ago.

The mum said that a couple with three young kids – including a baby – live next door.

She said the woman screams so loud that her wardrobe shakes

She explained: “Over the last week, the next door neighbours have been having such noisy sex that the wardrobes in the bedroom are shaking.

“She’s a screamer, and she then wakes her own baby which starts screaming too!

“Last night, they sh*gged and screamed til the baby woke up, got it back to sleep, then shagged and sleep til it woke up screaming again!

“We are tired! And work full-time. Having had noisy neighbours in the past I’d hoped for a fresh start here.

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The mum asked for advice on what she should do

“Am tempted to put a note through the letterbox but darling husband says no.”

The woman asked others for advice on what she should do, and received a huge response from fellow mums.

One wrote: “Wait til they’re finished and applaud loudly, shouting ‘encore’?”

While another added: “Start screaming sex noises back through the wall, make it a contest.”

A third asked: “Could you post leaflets for companies that do soundproofing?”

While a fourth added: “I wrote a polite anonymous note, after months of loud sex noises from the adjacent flat. Never heard them again!”

This isn’t the only neighbour dilemma that has been hitting headlines recently.

One woman admitted that her neighbour started stripping for her after seeing her naked.

It all goes on, doesn’t it!

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