Oli Beale, take a bow! Anyone who's ever been starved of sleep by inconsiderate, tone-deaf, partying neighbours will fully appreciate the mood the 33-year-old ad executive was in when he posted this damning-but-hilarious notice in the communal area of his block of flats in London on Sunday morning...
Our favourite line? "I've always said it: if you're going to be woken up after 2 hours sleep, it might as well be to a herd of morons screaming 'Tiny Dancer'."
After Oli had also popped his review on Twitter, the snap swiftly went viral.
He later told the Evening Standard: “I was lying in bed, getting more and more wound up about it and then I just thought I would write a little critique of their songs as a way of getting through the night.”
Well, you know what they say: if you can't beat 'em, pretend you're Simon Cowell. (Er... that is what "they" say, isn't it?)
Mind you, it could be worse, Oli: you could live next door to this woman.
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