‘Struggling’ student leaves most passive aggressive note ever after being disturbed by BAGPIPES for eight days straight

A "STRUGGLING" student was so fed up after listening to a person play the bagpipes for eight days straight in lockdown, that they decided to take matters into their own hands.

Everyone knows lockdown can be tough and people have been picking up weird and wonderful habits to help them pass the time, but their new found hobbies have sometimes resulted in their neighbours getting a little peeved.

While England has since seen restrictions lifted, Sydney, Australia, is back in lockdown once again following a rise in coronavirus cases.

And one poor student was left irked when someone decided to pass the time by heading to the park to practice their bagpipe playing.

After eight days straight of listening to the bagpipes, the student was, not surprisingly, at the end of their tether and decided to leave a passive aggressive not for the player – encouraging them to "take a day off".

One passer-by spotted their complaint pinned up on a fence in Petersham Park and shared a photo of the note to Twitter.

It read: "Dear Bagpiper, I understand lockdown is hard and we all need a creative outlet. However, it's been 8 days and I'm not sure how much more bagpiping I can take.

"Please consider taking a day off every now and then, it would be greatly appreciated."

They finished the note by adding: "Sincerely, a struggling Year 12 student."

In the corner of the note they had drawn a picture of bagpipes and wrote: "If you play this instrument, this is for you."

The photo, originally shared on Facebook, has since been re-posted on Twitter, with one mum confessing it was their daughter who was behind the note.

She tweeted: "Haha my daughter wrote this! HSC + lockdown + recurring bagpipes = stress."

Others could relate to her daughter's frustration, with one person responding: "Haha when I was a kid someone about 4 streets away used to play bagpipes. I could hear them clear as day from my house and I can tell you, the hour long practice sessions were not enjoyable. For anyone."

Meanwbile, one mum was in hysterics at ‘sweet note’ her son left his dad – which accuses him of trying to KILL him by unplugging his fan.

Plus, a stranger leaves stressed mum with crying baby a note on her car – but it’s not what you’d think.

And one girl finds surprise seven-month-old note hidden in loose bed post of their cabin Airbnb from a previous guest.

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