Vegan family send furious 'final warning' to neighbors after they cooked meat with the window open

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By Asiya Ali

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The upset vegan family who confronted their neighbor after said neighbor cooked meat with the window open has issued another handwritten letter - this time threatening to take action.

As previously reported, a mother named Sarah penned a note to her neighbor Kylie, addressing concerns about their cooking habits.

The vegan woman - who lives in the northern suburb of Burns Beach, Australia with her family - stated that she was upset with the smell of meat coming from their house.

The note was shared on the Hey Perth Facebook page and had an "important message" written at the front and it states: "Hello, Neighbour. Could you please shut your side window when cooking, please?"

Check out the first letter below: 

"My family are vegan (we eat only plant-based foods) and the smell of the meat you cook makes us feel sick and upset," the letter continues. "We would appreciate your understanding. Thanks. Sarah, Wayne & Kids."

The first message divided many users on social media - while some thought the request was courteous and reasonable, others disagreed.

One aggravated user wrote: "They should go live in the bush. Everyone cooks and some smells I can’t stand but that is outrageous."

While a second person contested: "Why all the nasty comments? I'm a meat eater, but she was polite and respectful in her request and it's not hard to close a window. Why not just be a considerate neighbor and close the window, rather than turning it into a big issue?"

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After the first letter went viral on the social media platform, the vegan family sent a follow-up note - obtained by Hey Perth again - and this time it was less polite and more intimidating.

Read the second letter below: 

The writer wrote "Enough is Enough. Please take seriously" and "Last Warning" at the front and began to accuse Kylie of taking "the mickey" out of the family and being "downright rude." The family also said the neighbor escalated the situation by sharing it online.

"I raised my concerns of the smell of meat making my family feel sick and upset and you go and have a BBQ on Saturday night inviting lots of people, and you knew this would affect me and my family," they wrote.

"My friend Tina told me you took my letter to social media and it backfired on you which is 'just desserts,'" adding "Please no more BBQs and please keep that window closed when cooking otherwise I'm going to report you and go to social media too."

Once it was shared on social media, it was again met with irate responses, with many users declaring that the family is displaying "entitled" behavior.

One user commented: "Vegan people think they are entitled always trying to push their way of life onto everyone," while a non-meat eater remarked: "Wow I would cook a BBQ for my family every night if I received this and I don’t eat meat."

A third user interjected: "Get over yourself love, who made you the ruler of the world[?] It is not your house, not your right to tell someone what they can and can't do. You don't like the smell, then close your own bloody windows and doors," they added.

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Well, it's clear that the neighbors have beef...

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Vegan family send furious 'final warning' to neighbors after they cooked meat with the window open

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By Asiya Ali

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The upset vegan family who confronted their neighbor after said neighbor cooked meat with the window open has issued another handwritten letter - this time threatening to take action.

As previously reported, a mother named Sarah penned a note to her neighbor Kylie, addressing concerns about their cooking habits.

The vegan woman - who lives in the northern suburb of Burns Beach, Australia with her family - stated that she was upset with the smell of meat coming from their house.

The note was shared on the Hey Perth Facebook page and had an "important message" written at the front and it states: "Hello, Neighbour. Could you please shut your side window when cooking, please?"

Check out the first letter below: 

"My family are vegan (we eat only plant-based foods) and the smell of the meat you cook makes us feel sick and upset," the letter continues. "We would appreciate your understanding. Thanks. Sarah, Wayne & Kids."

The first message divided many users on social media - while some thought the request was courteous and reasonable, others disagreed.

One aggravated user wrote: "They should go live in the bush. Everyone cooks and some smells I can’t stand but that is outrageous."

While a second person contested: "Why all the nasty comments? I'm a meat eater, but she was polite and respectful in her request and it's not hard to close a window. Why not just be a considerate neighbor and close the window, rather than turning it into a big issue?"

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After the first letter went viral on the social media platform, the vegan family sent a follow-up note - obtained by Hey Perth again - and this time it was less polite and more intimidating.

Read the second letter below: 

The writer wrote "Enough is Enough. Please take seriously" and "Last Warning" at the front and began to accuse Kylie of taking "the mickey" out of the family and being "downright rude." The family also said the neighbor escalated the situation by sharing it online.

"I raised my concerns of the smell of meat making my family feel sick and upset and you go and have a BBQ on Saturday night inviting lots of people, and you knew this would affect me and my family," they wrote.

"My friend Tina told me you took my letter to social media and it backfired on you which is 'just desserts,'" adding "Please no more BBQs and please keep that window closed when cooking otherwise I'm going to report you and go to social media too."

Once it was shared on social media, it was again met with irate responses, with many users declaring that the family is displaying "entitled" behavior.

One user commented: "Vegan people think they are entitled always trying to push their way of life onto everyone," while a non-meat eater remarked: "Wow I would cook a BBQ for my family every night if I received this and I don’t eat meat."

A third user interjected: "Get over yourself love, who made you the ruler of the world[?] It is not your house, not your right to tell someone what they can and can't do. You don't like the smell, then close your own bloody windows and doors," they added.

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Well, it's clear that the neighbors have beef...

Featured image credit: Jaroslav Moravčík / Alamy