I catch people going into OUR garden on Ring security cameras – and they have the cheek to say I’M in the wrong


A FRUSTRATED resident has revealed how she uses her Ring security cameras to catch people walking into her garden.

But they act as though she’s the one in the wrong.


Woman says they’re not allowed to put up fences because they rent the landCredit: Reddit / @copamarigold
Everyone keeps going on the woman's land for a glimpse of the stunning view


Everyone keeps going on the woman’s land for a glimpse of the stunning viewCredit: Reddit / @copamarigold

It’s apparently become so much of a problem that sometimes they see her in her bra and underwear.

The unnamed woman lives in one of 250 modular homes atop a hill with amazing views, in an unnamed location in the US.

She has set up Ring security cameras and signs around the property to deter people.

However, many still seem to think it’s okay to walk into her back garden to check out the view.

“People still drive or walk up and come on back to look at the view,” she explained on Reddit.

“Sometimes I have been caught in just a towel after a shower or sunbathing.

“When we ask their answer is always “we’re just looking at the view”.”

Because they only rent the land, residents aren’t allowed to put up a fence or wall of any kind.

One encounter really “p***ed” the woman off when a man and his son intruded on the land.

“I asked if he lived here and he said his dad did and then I asked if he had seen the signs along the driveway and he said he was leaving,” she continued.

“I said “the signs are there for a reason” and his kid asked him if they were in trouble and the dad said something like “some people don’t like to share”

“I have told the people I’ve met here that if they ever do want to look at the view to just call me and ask, I have no problem with that, I just want a heads up.”

Commenters have spoken out in support of the woman.

“Look into installing motion detecting sprinklers,” one suggested.

“If fences aren’t allowed, what about vegetation? Nice prickly bushes or roses,” another said.

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