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'Karen' Throws Epic Tantrum After Landscapers Park A Piece Of Machinery Outside Of Her House

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Karen will not relent in this, the year of our lord two thousand and twenty.

A Karen in Sydney, Australia was caught on video cursing out landscapers because she "cannot deal with this noise."

Though, as the landscapers pointed out, Karen was notified well in advance of the work via email by the neighbor who was having the work done, she was having absolutely none of it.

"He said that you'd be working, he didn't say that you'd be parking your piece of heavy machinery in front of my house."

Karen continues screaming and swearing at the top of her lungs while the landscapers, nonplussed, continue with their work.

"Assuming the elderly woman (and man at the end) are her parents, they seem incapable or unwilling to meaningfully intervene and shut that behavior down. I'm guessing a slow escalation of this type of parenting has led to this entitlement and rude behavior." ~HoneyCrumbs
"She seems to have some issues and lives at home with her parents. Perhaps they don't want that wrath turned on them, at their age I don't blame them."
"Given her age and the fact they are embarrassed and apologetic, I don't think parenting is the cause."~illiterati
"I propose an alternative solution: Calmly approach the homeowner having the work done, explain that you're working from home and that the machine outside is creating a lot of noise, and politely ask if he can have the workers move it to the other end of the property."
"I feel like that way they might be more inclined to do it.... if someone was to scream at me like that, I'd make as much noise as I possibly could."~MagicGehmer
"I love when people like this resort to 'I'm going to call the police' and then the person says 'okay call them.' Boom, called your bluff!"~srkad

Apparently, Karen's dad—who also occupies the same house—told the landscapers it was okay to park in front of the house, a fact which Karen did not seem to honor.

"I don't care what my dad said. F'king move..."
"This is my house, I live here."
"How do you suggest I deal with hours of this f'king noise?"

An older woman approaches Karen to try and pull her off the landscapers, but she continues.

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Sydney Crime Network/Facebook


Sydney Crime Network/Facebook


Sydney Crime Network/Facebook

Karen doesn't care where the machinery goes, but she wants it gone.

As the neighbor who courteously emailed her that the landscapers would be working comes out to address the confrontation, she launches a verbal attack, screaming.

"You're a f'king a**hole."
"I can't believe you have allowed them to park a heavy piece of machinery in front of my house."
"I have to work today, OK?…"
"Go f'k yourself, Patrick."

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Sydney Crime Network/Facebook


Sydney Crime Network/Facebook


Sydney Crime Network/Facebook


Sydney Crime Network/Facebook

Though she threatened to call the police, it is unclear if authorities ever arrived.

But now Australian Karen's misdeeds are on video for the world to see. Was it worth it, Karen?