Woman’s bold act divides Aussies after neighbour left her pool looking like a ‘swamp’

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Bogan Barbie posted a video to Tik Tok in early January showing how the pool next to her house had turned green and was filled with leaves after being left unattended for a month

A woman who was angry that her neighbour’s unattended pool was turning into a ‘swamp’ and breeding mosquitoes has taken matters into her own hand by dumping chlorine in it.

The woman, who goes by the name Bogan Barbie on TikTok, said her next door neighbour’s pool had been neglected for at least a month.

She said the pool water had turned green and was filling with leaves from surrounding trees, turning it into a ‘f***ing swamp’ and breeding ground for mosquitoes. 

Many supported her online, while others questioned her right to intrude on her  neighbour’s property and ‘fix’ the pool.

Bogan Barbie posted a video to Tik Tok in early January showing how the pool next to her house had turned green and was filled with leaves after being left unattended for a month

Filming for inside her house, looking into her neighbour's yard, Bogan Barbie said the pool had turned into a 'f**king swamp' after the owner went away for a month. It had bred 'millions' of mosquitos

Filming for inside her house, looking into her neighbour’s yard, Bogan Barbie said the pool had turned into a ‘f**king swamp’ after the owner went away for a month. It had bred ‘millions’ of mosquitos

‘So the neighbour appears to be on holidays. Her pool has turned into a f**king swamp,’ the woman said in a video posted to TikTok.

‘[It] has sent millions of mosquitoes our way so we’re gunna jump the fence and put the cover on it.’

Footage showed a backyard overrun with weeds and an uncut lawn as well as a pool blanketed under a thick layer of leaves.

The woman’s initial plan simply to put the cover on proved impossible.

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‘We didn’t end up jumping the fence because the cover is, well, behind another fence,’ she said in a follow-up video.

Instead she tossed chlorine over the fence into the pool, and said that resulted in ‘a lot less mozzies – still a lot, but a lot less.’

Some social media users slammed the woman claiming she should’ve handled the situation differently. 

‘Any thing happens while you’re on their property and you will be responsible for,’ one wrote.

‘Call the council or neighbour if you have numbers.’

Mosquitos love 'green', dirty pools and need water to breed. They will stay away from chlorinated pools

Mosquitos love ‘green’, dirty pools and need water to breed. They will stay away from chlorinated pools

A second added: ‘Not your pool leave it alone unless your gonna clean, fix or replace the cover after you put in on top of that filth.’

‘Like literally? Is that allowed?’ another wrote. 

The woman hit back at her critics, saying she did not know if it was allowed.

‘It’s pool chlorine so not going to hurt anything. The brother showed up today and was thankful we did it,’ she said. 

The woman said the filter has since been turned back on after a power outage had tripped it.

Other social media users praised the woman for taking matters into her own hands. 

‘The whole top layer looks a million times better,’ one wrote.

‘Buy some mosquito tablets. It puts a film of oil on the water and kills the eggs, throw them from your yard,’ another suggested. 

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